Hot wheels are set to impress at Fareham’s annual vintage fair

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CLASSIC cars and vintage stalls will be among the highlights of a Bygone Fareham street fair being planned for Saturday.

The event will take place in West Street and will also feature music and dancing from past decades.

The annual street fair usually draws thousands of visitors eager to admire the dozens of vintage vehicles on display.

Fareham Borough Council executive member for leisure and community, Councillor Sue Bell, said: ‘It will be great to see the turnout for Bygone Fareham, as it is expected to be a fantastic toe-tapping event.

‘From classic vehicle exhibitions to vintage-style stalls, I would encourage everyone to come along, get involved and have a great time at this free event.’

Classic vehicles will be exhibited by enthusiasts and specialist clubs including the South Hampshire Vehicle Preservation Society, the Solent Mini Owners Club, the Southampton Mini Club and the Morris Minor Owners Club.

I would encourage everyone to come along, get involved and have a great time at this free event

Sue Bell

Cars to go on display will include a Leyland Tiger Coach, Dodge 1923 Rouer, MG TF1500, Morris Minors and Volkswagen Campers and Beetles.

There will be a special performance by BodyRox Productions with music and dancing at the podium from midday to 2pm.

Bygone Fareham will run from 9.30am to 4.30pm.

For more information visit farehamtowncentre.co.uk.