Blackmore Vale Revival is a wonderful show where visitors are often traditionally dressed in vintage clothing, and will be able to delight in the range of 300 classic vehicles ranging from 1920’s racing cars to modern day classics.
There will also be army vehicles, planes, kit cars and motorbikes. This promises to be a thoroughly enjoyable day for all the family with trade and craft stalls, family entertainment, arena entertainment all in the style of the Goodwood Revival.
The day organised by volunteers will be raising funds for CLIC Sargent, St. Margaret’s Hospice in Yeovil and the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance. One of the organisers, Ray Cable said:
“2018 is a special year as it is the 75th anniversary of the airfield and we are pleased to organise a day that is enjoyed by so many visitors, whilst raising funds for three charities that help the local community.”
CLIC Sargent Fundraising Manager Liz Blunt said: “We really appreciate all the hard work carried out by the volunteers to make the Blackmore Vale Revival the great success it is. Last year, we received a generous donation of £1,000 which could pay for a family to stay a month in one of our Homes from Home, such as CLIC Haven in Southampton.
The majority of young people with cancer from Dorset are treated at Southampton Hospital and this year we are putting funds towards our new Home from Home being refurbished in Southampton. We really appreciate our wonderful supporters with a special thanks to Wendy and Ray Cable and Geoff Jarvis, the owner of Henstridge Airfield.”
To find out more about the Blackmore Vale Revival please visit: www.henstridgeclassicrevival.com