The Farnham Classic and Vintage Car Show returns in April
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A classic and vintage car show in Farnham in Surrey returns in April to raise money for a palliative care charity.
The Farnham Classic and Vintage Car Show will be held on Sunday April 10 at Central Car Park in Farnham from 10am and although entry is free, all donations made will go to Phyllis Tuckwell.
A wide range of classic and vintage cars, motorbikes and old army vehicles will be on display and there will also be an autojumble to browse.
Samantha West, Community Fundraiser at Phyllis Tuckwell, said: “The Farnham Classic and Vintage Car Show is always a hit with vehicle enthusiasts, providing excellent exposure of many different types of vehicles.
“It also raises significant funds for local palliative care, helping us provide the specialist care our patients and their families need.
“We hope you will help us support this fantastic local event and have a great time browsing these wonderful vehicles.”
Money raised from donations will help fund the supportive and end-of-life care that Phyllis Tuckwell provides to patients and families in Surrey and Hampshire who are living with an advanced or terminal illness such as cancer.
As the NHS and government usually only cover around 20 per cent of Phyllis Tuckwell’s costs, he has to raise over £25,000 a day to continue providing his services.
Those wishing to attend the motor show will need to register their vehicle with the organiser, Hermon Frost, who can be contacted on 01252 320439. The number of vehicles will be limited due to the venue of the static show.
More information is available on Phyllis Tuckwell’s website: www.pth.org.uk/farnhamcarshow
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