Covering the districts in Norwich.Ipswich.Colchester.Peterborough.Cambridgeshire.
Established in 2013, covering the districts of Boston and Skegness, Braintree, Broadland, Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge, Central Suffolk and North Ipswich, Clacton, Colchester, Corby, Grantham and Stamford, Great Yarmouth, Harwich and North Essex, Huntingdon, Ipswich, Louth and Horncastle, Mid Norfolk, North East Bedfordshire, North East Cambridgeshire, North Norfolk, North West Cambridgeshire, North West Norfolk, Norwich North, Norwich South, Peterborough, Rutland and Melton, Saffron Walden, Sleaford and North Hykeham, South Cambridgeshire, South East Cambridgeshire, South Holland and The Deepings, South Norfolk, South Suffolk, South West Norfolk, Suffolk Coastal, Waveney, West Suffolk, Witham, we list 375 Jumble Related Events, Clubs, Museums and Services in Norfolk and adjoining postcodes.
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Steam Engines - Tractors - Vintage Cars - Vintage Motorcycles - Commercials - Stationary Engines - Static Displays - Trade Stands - Fairground Rides - Model Display - Heavy Horses - Alpacas - Lineflight Gundog Display - Vintage Working Demonstrations - Craft Tent - Food Stalls - Real Ale Bar - and much more. 10am to 5pm.- Vanda Parcell, Cambridgeshire Steam Rally.
The rally will be starting from The Goat Inn, Skeyton in north Norfolk, and finishing at Creake Abbey in North Creake. Places on the rally are limited so please contact the organiser if you are interested in taking part this year firstname.lastname@example.org (see http://www.charlesclarkrally.co.uk/)- Brian Monks, Charles Clark Car Rally.
If you are looking for a fascinating and nostalgic family day out, look no further than the Weeting Steam Engine Rally and Country Show. It is sure to appeal to the whole family. Held annually the third weekend in July, the Rally features trade and craft stalls, working demonstrations, vintage vehicles, a miniature steam railway, children's entertainment, restaurant and bars.- Wendy Young, Weeting Suffolk Steam Engine Rally and Country Show.
Now in its 6th year, Belton Funday and Classic Car Show attracts 4000 visitors and over 150 vehicles. With lots of entertainment for all ages and interests its a great family day out. As well as the show vehicles there is always lots going on. Previous years has seen wrestling, dinosaurs, fire breathing, viking battles, character meet and greets and much, much more.- Philip Welsby, Belton Funday and Classic Car Show.
An intoxicating mix of cars, bikes, trucks and all things motoring come together over two superb days for the Festival of Wheels. The largest event of its kind in the South-East, the Festival gathers together the east coasts rarest and most glamorous cars, bikes and trucks. The festival of wheels is a unique event created for those with a passion for motoring in general. The festival format enables visitors to enjoy a full day or weekend of motoring entertainment.- Karl Rushen, Festival Of Wheels.
Held in association with the Suffolk Vehicle Enthusiasts Club (SVEC). Over 7,000 people attended the 2018 festival. The event attracts classic and sports car owners who exhibit their cars some of which parade up and down the main drive on the two concourse runs throughout the day. This amazing collection of vehicles is displayed against the magnificent back drop of Helmingham Hall and its surrounding moat which sits in the middle of the ancient deer park.- Sarah Harris, Helmingham Festival of Classics and Sports Cars.
If you want a great day out then you must come to the Fordham vehicle show. Fast turning into one of the best car shows in Essex and set in the beautiful surroundings of Fordham, you will see a vast range of different vehicles from vintage and modern cars to commercials and motorbikes As usual there will be a number of side stalls selling the unusual to the practical Plenty of food stalls and Children’s entertainment on the day.- Louise Pfander, Fordham Vehicle Show.