Motor vehicles from the past will be on display at the Haynes 100.
The annual event, which will feature more than 120 classic cars, motorcycles and light commercial and agricultural vehicles, is on Sunday from noon to 5pm by the village hall.
Many will drive through the village at 2.30pm.
Enjoy a feast of Motoring history and a fun day out for all the family in the Bedfordshire
Village of Haynes on Sunday afternoon, June 23!
The Haynes Village 100 celebrates a Century of Motoring and over 120 classic cars, light
commercial and agricultural vehicles, plus motor-cycles will be on display at the Village Hall
Playing Field, before taking part in a 2.7 mile Motor Cavalcade through the Village from 2.30
p.m. The Motor display will be supported by a full programme of traditional entertainment
and activities, including a display by the Birds of Prey Centre, Pony Rides, Dance Displays,
Fair-ground, Trade Stands, Stalls, Refreshments and Beer Tent.
Trevor Tumber, of the Haynes 100 Committee, says “We have an amazing motoring heritage
over the past 100 years and this is a rare opportunity for people of all ages to enjoy the
sight and sound of some wonderful engineering. The range of vehicles is fantastic - from a
1914 Ford Model T and 1914 Humber Double Phaeton, a beautiful 1930 Austin Shadow , a
1949 Tatra T600 to a 2014 Smart Electric Cabriolet! With all the other attractions I hope this
year’s event will be our best yet!”
The ‘100’ will be open from 12 noon to 5 p.m. with admission at £2 for Adults and no charge
for accompanied Children. All proceeds are in aid of the Haynes Village Hall Charity. Visitors
travelling by car to the Village Hall are asked to arrive before 2 p.m., as Road Closures apply
during the ‘Motor Cavalcade’.