About the Hot Car, Trike and Bike Show

to be held Sunday 21st June, 2015.

Fourth Hot Car, Trike and Bike show held as part of an afternoon of family fun. Event includes dog show, funfair, stalls, entertainment, real ale bar, barbecue and more. Free entry to car show and the event. Cups and certificates for winners of each category. Email or telephone for entry form,vehicles to arrive by 12 noon.

- Thomas Foreman- Thorpe St Andrew Town Council      


 

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1.356463 (LONG) // 52.635414 (LAT)



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Hot Car, Trike and Bike Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Thomas Foreman
  • Organisation: Thorpe St Andrew Town Council
  • Address: Laundry Lane Recreation Ground, Laundry Lane, Thorpe St Andrew, Norwich
  • Postcode: NR7 0XQ
  • Phone: 01603 701 048

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