World-class display of cars and motorcycles

Michael Crockford from Waterlooville with his beautifully restored and prepared 1966 Triumph Bonneville last year ''Picture: Malcolm Wells (142030-9568)

Michael Crockford from Waterlooville with his beautifully restored and prepared 1966 Triumph Bonneville last year ''Picture: Malcolm Wells (142030-9568)

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Car and motorbike enthusiasts will have a chance to see more than 30 classic cars and motorcycles in Waterlooville.

The 11th annual Classic Motor Show is on Saturday in Waterlooville town centre.

The event, organised by Havant Borough Council, the South Hants Vehicle Preservation Society and the Waterlooville Business Association, will see classic cars from across the globe on proud display in the town precinct, and a display of motorcycles from the 
iconic marque Harley Davidson.

The show will run from 10am to 3pm, not only providing visitors with an opportunity to see the vehicles but also to speak with the exhibitors themselves.

In addition to the vehicles on show, a selected programme of entertainment will be provided during the day, including a supporting DJ from Angel Radio, the Stoke Bay Strummers and the Havant Clarinet and Saxophone Choir.

For younger visitors, children’s entertainment will also be available at set times throughout the day with face painting and magic shows.

A prize-giving ceremony will be held for exhibiting vehicles, with four categories on offer.

The Deputy Mayor of Havant, Councillor Faith Ponsonby, will present prizes to the winners.

For more information on the event and what will be happening, visit havant.gov.uk .

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