Place these dates in your diary or calendar – Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th June. Yes, for the first time ever, the Nottingham Motor Show, organised by Crowdpullers, is taking place over two days instead of just one as in the past, giving you more time to visit this huge event in the local calendar. The venue, as always, is within the grounds of magnificent Wollaton Hall, Nottingham (NG8 2AE), just a short drive from the city centre. It’s welcome back again to Autocentral, Central College Nottingham’s automotive centre, which is once again this fantastic event’s main sponsor.
Even Greater Choice and Variety For 2016
Saturday is ‘New Model Preview Day’, an ideal time to check out the latest models from the largest number of car manufacturers ever to be seen at the Nottingham Motor Show, entry to which is FREE, but car parking charges will apply. Due to their popularity last year, new motorcycles will be displayed, too.
On Sunday, those shiny new vehicles will be joined by historic vehicles from the past, as the legendary Autokarna is back with its displays of vintage and veteran vehicles, heritage buses and tractors, classic cars, motorcycles, commercial vehicles and classic caravans.
A ‘Concours Parade’ will also feature a number of these historic vehicles in action, and the Autokarna will also enable you to relive and experience the golden days of classic caravanning. In addition, you can also enjoy rummaging through all the treasures and motoring memorabilia in the huge auto-jumble sale.
Fun For All The Family
There will be plenty for children to see and do too, as they can enjoy the thrills offered by the fairground rides, attractions, face painting along with street and puppet theatre. Craft and charity stalls, refreshments and live-music will all combine to bring fun times for all members of your family, whatever their age! And, you’ll be able to put your feet up and enjoy a drink and refreshments.
The Nottingham Motor Show takes place at Wollaton Hall on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th June. Look out for more news on this huge exciting forthcoming local two-day event in your copy of the Nottingham Post.