About the Bungay Area Lions Club Classic Vehicle Rally & Country Fayre 2024

to be held Sunday 5th May, 2024.

Bungay Area Lions Club Classic Vehicle Rally & Country Fayre will take place on Sunday 5th May at Earsham Hall NR35 2AN, near Bungay, off the A143 on the Norfolk-Suffolk border. Download entry form for vehicle exhibits at: https://lionsclubs.co/bungayarealions/ (while spaces available). The popular event started in 2012 and has grown to attract around 4,000 visitors who enjoy exploring the display of 400+ classic vehicles, plus children’s entertainment, musical performances, and food/drink, craft & trade stalls. It features prizes for entries in the following vehicle categories: Cars, American vehicles, Tractors, Heavy commercials (inc. lorries + buses), Military, and Motor cycles (inc. scooters + mopeds) Follow on Facebook for more details: @BungayAreaLionsClub Note: No tracked vehicles. There is NO autojumble in 2024.

- Michael Gardiner- Bungay Area Lions      


 

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Bungay Area Lions Club Classic Vehicle Rally & Country Fayre 2024 Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Michael Gardiner
  • Organisation: Bungay Area Lions
  • Address: Earsham Hall, Bungay
  • Postcode: NR35 2AN
  • Phone: 07592 93 079

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