Vintage car display at Hutton-In-The-Forrest on Father’s Day

This weekend the Great British Motor Shows will hold an event at Hutton-In-The-Forest.

Coinciding nicely with Father’s Day, visitors can see a range of vintage cars.

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A spokesperson said: “There’s no better place to get a fatherly thumbs up this Father’s Day than nose to the bonnet among beautiful classic cars in a beautiful setting in Hutton-in-the-Forest this Sunday June 19.

“Surrounded by hundreds of veteran, classic, sporty and super-boosted vehicles, the historic castle and spectacular North Cumbrian Park will provide the perfect backdrop for Hutton’s 20th Classics in the special Father’s Day Park, with plenty to explore for the whole family.

“Hosts of major UK motor shows will delight the public with a wealth of stunning machinery, from kit compact cars and classic Austin 7s to motorbikes, vans, classic commercials, 4x4s, ex-military vehicles and modern supercars.

“With acres of attractions to explore, including beautiful topiary gardens and tours of the historic house starting at 1pm for a small fee, Hutton has plenty to keep the whole family in high gear.

“Acres of rolling woodland and parkland also provide excellent dog-walking territory, so even Rover doesn’t need to stay home.”

The show will allow people to chat with owners, experts and enthusiasts around a variety of national club stands.

There will also be the chance to watch arena parades, displays and expert commentary. There will also be a variety of trade stands that may pique your interest.

Organizer Steve Bishop said: “Hutton is one of the most breathtaking show settings you can imagine. Seeing families once again enjoying a beautiful day in the sun amongst stunning cars will make our return this Jubilee summer the perfect celebration of the best of Britain. ”

The show will be located 6 miles from Penrith, less than three miles from the M6, the full throttle show runs from 10am to 4pm. Ticket prices are £8.50 per adult and £3 for children. Admission includes free parking, full access to the grounds, gardens and The Cloisters Tea Room.

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