Classic car show raises money for Summer’s memorial sculpture

A TREE in Fareham is set to become a special memorial for a schoolgirl – thanks in part to a collection of classic cars.

Thursday, 9th May 2019, 2:03 pm
The UK Garrison of the 501st Legion of Stormtroopers with Minis. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-015)

Sarisbury Junior School hosted a charity car show to raise funds for the memorial to Summer Page, who died in March after developing a rare form of brain tumour.

Jim Baumann (driver) and Stephen Emery (behind) with Jim's 1915 Model T Ford. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-004)
Older cars. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-006)

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George Robinson of Robinson Sport with his go karts. George is chairman of the Association of British Kart Clubs. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-012)
View of the main field. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-010)
A replica DeLorean from Back to the Future. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-001)
An Austin Healey Sprite. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-005)
A view of the show's main field. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-003)
The Mini display. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-014)
Music was provided by The Un'xpected Band. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-002)
Ruby James (age 8) from Sarisbury Green with her tractor called Fergie. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-008)
Some of the super cars. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-013)
A Citroen hood ornament. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-007)
Young drivers get to race Scalextric cars. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-011)
Gordon Bonney with his 1961 Trojan 200 bubble car. Picture: Vernon Nash (270419-009)
Summer Page.