About the Weeting Suffolk Steam Engine Rally and Country Show

to be held from Friday 17th July to Sunday 19th July, 2020.

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- Rally Co-ordinator      


 

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Weeting Suffolk Steam Engine Rally and Country Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Wendy Young
  • Organisation: Rally Co-ordinator
  • Address: Fengate Farm, Weeting, Brandon, Suffolk
  • Postcode: IP27 0QF
  • Phone: 01842 810 317

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