Blackmore Vale Lions Club is holding a family fun-fuelled day at Henstridge Airfield, Somerset to raise money for children and young people with cancer.
The day will feature classic and vintage cars including the famous old racing car, Bloody Mary.
This beautiful machine is a 1929 hand-built car that is part of the prestigious National Motor Museum collection in Beaulieu.
The car was unbeatable in her day as a racer and having her at an event is a very rare treat.
Fun for all the family
Alongside the car show there will be other events including air displays, children’s entertainment, a beer tent, stalls and refreshments.
Guests will also be given the chance to enter a raffle where the first prize will feature a flight in a Tiger Moth plane.
Children under the age of 14 can get in for free, and adult entry is £5.
One not to miss
One of the event organisers, Ray Cable, said: “This event is a first of its type for Blackmore Vale Lions and the response has been fantastic. So much so we have decided to repeat it next year, and Geoff Jarvis (owner of the airfield) has agreed”.
CLIC Sargent Fundraising Manager Joy Morley said: “My colleague and I are really looking forward to the event, and for any motor enthusiasts out there it will be one not to miss!
“It is going to be fantastic day, and we are over the moon to be invited to this event."
Sponsored by Mike Rolls Services for MGs, the event will raise money for CLIC Sargent, Somerset Air Ambulance and other local charities.
Anyone interested in sponsoring the event or registering to show on the day should contact organiser Ray Cable by email: email@example.com or call 01963 363 391.
Trade and craft exhibitors and also invited to get in touch.