About the Fordham Vehicle Show

to be held Sunday 9th August, 2020.

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      


 

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Fordham Vehicle Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Louise Pfander
  • Organisation: Fordham Vehicle Show
  • Address: Playing Field, Church Road, Fordham, Colchester
  • Postcode: CO6 3NA
  • Phone: 07532 433 390

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