Popular classic car show returns to raise money for Suffolk Hospice
A popular classic car show will return this summer. Classics at Glemham, which hosted its first event in 2019, will raise funds for the independent charity Suffolk St Elizabeth Hospice.
The family fun day and car show will showcase a range of classic cars, military vehicles and utility vehicles. A number of attractions have already been announced, including steam engines such as the Suffolk Punch Steamer.
Glemham Classics will also include live music, food and drink, a magic show and shopping stalls. It will take place between 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. on September 4 at Glemham Hall.
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Celia Joseph, Community Relations Fundraising Manager at St Elizabeth Hospice, said: “We are delighted that Classics at Glemham have chosen the hospice as their charity beneficiary for this year’s event.
“The Classics at Glemham is always an amazing day out, with a stunning range of vehicles as well as entertainment for all the family. Their support will make a big difference to the work of the hospice as we provide care for patients and their families. families across East Suffolk, Great Yarmouth and Waveney, who are going through tough times in their lives.”
All entry tickets can be purchased prior to the event through the website here. Children under 15, accompanied by an adult, can enter for free.
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