About the Porsche Classics at the Castle

to be held Sunday 3rd September, 2017.

Celebrating 50 years of the 911S. The organising team is happy to confirm that Classics at the Castle will take place on Sunday, 3rd September at Hedingham Castle, writes Fred Hampton. This year will again see the presentation of an appreciation of all the classic ‘KG’ Porsches that has been at the heart of the event over the last 10 years, but with a move away from the undeniably spectacular but ultimately more ‘corporate’ feel of recent years.

- Mica Alderman      


 

Add Comment

* Required information
1000
Powered by Commentics

Comments

No comments yet. Be the first!

Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:

0.601433 (LONG) // 51.992489 (LAT)



Search Box

Get in touch

To double check the event is taking place before setting off (advisable) or for further information please contact the organisers not us! on the contact details below.

COVID-19

Due to the potential impact of the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), many organisers are following UK Government and WHO guidelines to limit non-essential contact. Many events are cancelled, and more are following this trend.

Even if the event below is not marked as CANCELLED, it still could be, as we are not always informed of the latest situation by every organiser. Contact the organisers directly, or check their official webpages to find out more.

Stay Safe

⇒ Stay safe and check out the WHO information pages here ⇐


Porsche Classics at the Castle Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Mica Alderman
  • Address: Hedingham Castle, Bayley Street, Castle Hedingham, Essex
  • Postcode: CO9 3DJ
  • Phone: 07957 163 787

MORE AROUND
Porsche Classics at the Castle

Within a radius (as the crow flies) of 16 miles:

#8.1 miles   Transport Extravaganza
#9.9 miles   Fordham Vehicle Show
#12.6 miles   Greyhound Bikers Night


MORE AROUND CO9

CB7   CB8   CB9   CO1   CO10   CO2   CO3   CO5   CO6   CO8   IP22   IP24   IP26   IP27   IP28   IP29   IP31   IP33  

September's Historic Norfolk

Very heavy flooding occurred in Bury St Edmunds, Tayfen Road and Abbey Gardens in September 1968.Archive NORFOLKAUTOJUMBLE.CO.UK>

Sponsors