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Formerly the Towneley Classic Car Show, the Burnley Classic Vehicle Show is hosted by The Rotary Club of Burnley in conjunction with Burnley Borough Council, it is now in it’s 33rd year and is more popular then ever.
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Held in the grounds of Towneley Hall it is a family friendly event with lots to see and do for everyone. There is a small funfair for the children, access to Towneley Hall and the grounds (which include walks, nature trails and even a pitch and putt course), plenty of stalls with information about local charities and attractions, plenty of lovely food with a bar and of course we can’t forget the classic vehicles themselves!
Best of all, the entire event is free (although there is opportunity to donate) and all money raised is distributed by the Rotary Club of Burnley to selected charities.
This years show looks set to be bigger and better than ever, with local radio station 2BR keeping us entertained!
The next event is on Sunday 25th of June 2017 and we look forward to seeing you.
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A Social Event with the Walnut Group
We have hired a 36 seater coach for a trip to York. The ladies can look at the city while some of the gents want to look at the trains.
I am sure we will have some spare seats and I wonder if any of you group would be interested.
We need to complete the York trip arrangements.
The details are below and I am sure we could arrange an M65 pickup for EastLancs if needed.
The cost will be a maximum of £18 and we leave Vine house at 8.00am and return from York at 6.00pm on Friday the 30th June.
These details were agreed at the last meeting, allowing time for an early tea before leaving.
As there are only ten places available to our group it will have to be a `First Come First Serve Basis`
Please email me direct as soon as possible at riley.d7@sky .com if you would like to be included.
Exact details will be given later. Regards Dave R.