Hooe’s Old Motor Club is holding their 45th annual Car Show on the Hooe Recreation Ground on Sunday, August 3 from 11am to 5pm. The show, situated between Pevensey and Ninfield on the B2095, exhibits classes for veteran cars from the turn of the last century until 1970.
Informed commentary will be provided in the main ring on the various vehicles, together with the prestigious ‘Lady and Car’ competition, in which ladies dress to match the age and spirit of the car.
The day isn’t only for lovers of cars, as there will be a plethora of stalls on the day, and not all of them will be motoring related.
Refreshments are on offer, and musical entertainment is set to be provided by The Hooe Silver Band.
There will be plenty going on and it promises to be a great day out. Admission, which includes a programme, is £5 for adults, while children under 16 have free entry.
Parking in the new, improved car park is free, and money raised throughout the day will be distributed amongst local charities
The club was formed in 1972, and has grown from its original 12 members, to the 150 members involved with the club today.
If you’re interested in attending the event or becoming a member visit: www.hooeoldmotorclub.org.uk for more details, or for general enquiries call 01323 843202.