Excitement builds ahead of Classic Car Weekend
Wexford Sports & Classic Car Club have been busy planning their classic car extravaganza this coming Easter weekend.
It’s the first big car enthusiast weekend of the year after a long absence, and car enthusiasts across the country are expected to make the trip to the sunny Southeast this Easter.
The committee has been busy planning an unforgettable weekend. On Saturday, courtesy of the New Ross City Council, a special car show is planned next to the Emigrant Flame and the Come see some of the best classic and sports cars in the South East! says Ger Kielthy of the committee.
“We’ll be joined by BEAT FM, with face painting for the kids and wonderful almost food options – a busy day is sure to be had!” Alternative parking is available on Easter Saturday. Billy Foley’s Court and North Quay compound will be open as usual.
On Sunday, the committee laid out a special route highlighting some of the magnificent driving routes of the South East – incorporating stunning roads, with spectacular scenery.
People can start gathering at 10 a.m. to register and the road run leaves at 12 p.m.
Along some hidden gems and long forgotten roads with spectacular views of the Kilkenny countryside, before winding our way through Waterford and Tipperary.
The lunch stop will be at Meadows & Byrne at the Dove Hill Centre, Carrick on Suir, where the team will have dedicated participant parking with several coffee and lunch options available before returning to New Ross.
This year, Wexford Sports & Classic Car Club has selected ‘Rainbow Youth Club New Ross’ and ‘Unicef’ as charity partners for this event, and proceeds from the ride entry fee will be donated.
Wexford Sports & Classic Car Club would like to thank New Ross Town Council and event sponsors, and the people of New Ross and everyone who helped plan this event.
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