It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for your next classic vehicle to restore or are in the final stages, you’ll find an amazing array of parts, spares and some good honest down-to-earth advice from the experts to get your project underway or completed.

The shows main draw is the autojumble, with even more traders and stalls set up outside in the showground. This year the event will take place in the numerous buildings available at this superb showground as well as outdoor space with social distancing considered a priority.

The show also provides what might possibly be the first opportunity to take a ride out in your beloved classic. Classic Car parking is available on and all those drivers arriving in a classic will only be charged £5 for entry into the event. Classic Car Parking will be outdoors but much closer to the entrance of the event. All passengers will need to purchase a ticket in advance at £8 per person.

The Restoration Show and Spares Market is open from 10am until 4pm. Tickets are available at £8 for adults in advance, £10 on the gate.