Motoring classics at rally at Chiltern Hills Vintage Vehicle Rally

Chiltern Hills Vintage Vehicle Rally, held at Weedon Park - Pictured checking out the engine of a 1970 ford Mustang are cousins Callum Short (9), Alfie Carroll (5) and Charlie carroll (4)
Chiltern Hills Vintage Vehicle Rally, held at Weedon Park - Pictured checking out the engine of a 1970 ford Mustang are cousins Callum Short (9), Alfie Carroll (5) and Charlie carroll (4)
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Classic car lovers can enjoy their annual fix at the Chiltern Hills Vintage Vehicle Rally.

The rally, which includes loads of family entertainment and raises money for many local charities, for years took place in Weston Turville.

But a few years ago it moved to Weedon Park opposite the County Show ground.

A must for car enthusiasts, the show regularly attracts more than 1,000 classic vehicles of all kinds and in all conditions including cars, tractors, buses, scooters, lorries , vans, commercial, military, emergency and American motors.

This year the rally is from 10am - 5pm on Sunday May 15.

Entry is £6 for adults, with accompanied children under 14 welcome free.

And as well as the vehicles, there are plenty of other things to entertain visitors including children’s rides and slides, a dog show, beer tent, pig roast and trade stands.

And Fuzz Townsend, presenter of Car SOS and Cherished Classic Cars, will return following his popular visit last year, to talk to car owners and enthusiast.

Organised by The Game Club, a group of local diners turned charitable fund raisers, the rally is now a well established event.

Adrian Fell from the club said: “Each year it just gets better and better. Entries are higher than last year for this time of year and we have an increased number of trade and auto jumble stands than ever before.”

If you want to enter a vehicle the forms are at www.chilternhillsrally.org.uk or late entries on the day can pay £10 at the gate.

For those who are interested, a road run meeting on the day of the rally meets at Aylesbury Tuck in Edison Road off Rabans Lane in Aylesbury at 7.30am for breakfast followed by a casual run in convoy to the rally showground.