Thanks to our sponsors, trade exhibitors & visitors for making the 2020 show possible
Thanks to our sponsors, trade exhibitors & visitors for making the 2020 show possible
Tickets for adults cost £6 in advance, exclusively through our online booking portal.
Children aged 15 and under get free entrance. All those aged under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
To minimise the risks associated with COVID-19, tickets will not be sold at the gate on the day. Please book online, in advance.
Tickets are available to buy online through the Ticket Tailor booking system.
Booking online is quick, easy and secure.
No! There will be no sales at the gate.
All tickets are being sold online, in advance, to avoid queuing, ensure we can manage crowd density and comply with NHS Test & Trace requirements.
There are 4 types of ticket for the show:
This is to ensure we can support the NHS Test & Trace initiative, should the need arise.
You can find out more about the Test & Trace initiative on the Uk Government website
No - tickets are non-transferable.
If you wish to pass a ticket to someone else, please contact us and we will amend the details and reissue the ticket for you.
If you see people on Facebook offering tickets for resale, please ignore them. There are scammers attempting to trick people into paying them for non-existent tickets.
No, you can simply display your ticket and its code, using your smartphone, so we can scan it at the gate.
If you wish to bring a hard copy, that's fine too, but it's not necessary.
In the event that we cannot hold the show as planned, we will offer all ticket holders a full refund.
Classics at Glemham is the brainchild of Ian Glover.
Together with a group of volunteers, Ian organised the inaugural event in 2019 and it was a big success.
The 2020 event is being organised by a not-for-profit company, formed and run by the founders of the event.
As with the 2019 event, we are supporting BBC Children in Need in 2020.
The event is organised on a not-for-profit basis by unpaid volunteers, with generous support from sponsors and local businesses.
All money raised is used to put on the event itself and make a donation to the charity.
There is ample free parking on site.
In accordance with government guidelines, please remember to only travel in a vehicle with other people from your 'support bubble'.
We know how daunting the loos can be at events like this. That's why we ensure that there are plenty of loos, so there's little or no queuing and decent quality mobile units from a reputable local supplier. Some of the loos have baby changing units.
Whilst the parking and grounds are wheelchair accessible, some areas where vehicles will be on display area are somewhat uneven, so care should be taken.
Yes, well-behaved dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times.
Please remember to clean-up after your dog!
Yes. The grounds are ideal for a picnic.
You will also find great value and high quality refreshments on offer from our carefully selected suppliers.
Yes, our caterers are supplying a licensed bar. This will be split into 2 locations , this year, to minimise queuing.
Our focus is on ensuring you have affordable, quality catering:
No. The entry to the Hall is not included.
There will be no House Tours at Glemham Hall for the foreseeable future, due to the sad passing of the owner, Major Philip Hope-Cobbold, in July.
The Hall's website will be updated when House Tours resume.
Thank you for your kind understanding.
Glemham Hall and the estate grounds make a fabulous backdrop and allow us to show off the vehicles at their best.
Vehicles are arranged with plenty of space around them, to allow you to get even better angles and the best possible shots.
For 2020 we know which vehicles are attending, in advance, so we are curating the layout for even better combinations of vehicles.
This is an excellent show to attend if you love getting great shots of classic cars, super cars, exotics classic bikes and vintage commercials.
Here are a few things to consider bringing:
Gates for public admission open at 10.30am and the show will end at 5pm.
If you arrive before 10.30am you will be directed to the public car park. You will not be able to enter the show area until all display vehicles are in position.
For the 2020 show, we will be asking each exhibitor to make a minimum donation of £5 towards our charity appeal for BBC Children in Need. You must add your vehicle details when you book your ticket. The organisers reserve the right to decline a vehicle for display.
Generally, cars registered before 1985 are considered by us to be classics. However, we also accept some more recent cars if they are "modern classics" and others of technical or nostalgic merit. This includes modern super cars which are destined to be classics in the future.
Aside from pre-1985 cars, we publish a list of vehicles we definitely consider eligible for display, irrespective of age.
Unless your car is listed, or it is pre-1986, please DO NOT register to display without first checking with us.
Typically, any bike registered over 25 years ago can be considered a classic.
We also accept superbikes, one-offs, trikes and modified bikes.
Please contact us if unsure of eligibility.
We also welcome vintage or classic:
Clubs and association members will be kept together and we will try to accommodate other requests. However, this may not always be possible and the marshalls' decisions on parking will be final.
It is the intention to curate the 2020 display to ensure:
Yes, as long as the replacement vehicle is eligible . Changes can be made up until 2nd September 2020.
Send an email to email@example.com.
Please provide the details of the new vehicle, including:
Yes, you must be insured for at least third party liability risks.
Road Traffic Act rules apply at the venue.
Yes - of course. We already have many enthusiasts clubs booked in for 2020.
Club reps can arrange a block reservation and send us the attendee details nearer the date, or direct members to register individually. Whatever works best for the Club.
Clubs are welcome bring gazebos and stands too. We just need an estimate of vehicle numbers, so we can reserve a suitably-sized pitch.
Please only bring the number of passengers you declared when booking.
Due to the COVID-19 Secure requirements, we have a strict capacity limit in 2020.
Please remember that you must follow government guidelines on social distancing, and only carry people in your vehicle who are part of your ‘support bubble’.
Please arrive after 7am and before 10am, to ensure your place in the display.
If you arrive too late, you may have to park in the public car park.
Unless otherwise agreed in writing, access to the display area is via Tinker Brook lane, which leads off the A12 between Stratford St Andrew and Little Glemham.
Please note this is not the main entrance to Glemham Hall.
Signs on the A12 will indicate the correct route to take and there will also be marshals on hand to help control the flow.
Tinker Brook is a narrow country lane, so please exercise caution and drive slowly as you approach the Hall. Similarly, the unmetalled road across the estate grounds from Tinker Brook to the display area is narrow, so care should be taken.
If you are not part of an officially-recognised club stand but you wish to be parked with someone else who is coming, we ask that you arrive at the venue at the same time.
This will make it easier for the marshals to keep your group together in the display area.
If you are on one of the officially-recognised stands – where there is a club representative or coordinator – you will be sent to the designated pitch.
We will know from the “door list” which vehicles belong to which club.
Your Club officials are responsible for what happens on their pitch, so please cooperate with them to ensure everything goes smoothly.
Once the show ground opens to the public, vehicles must not be moved without prior authority from a marshal.
Once in position, please do not:
Please relax, gets some refreshments and then enjoy the show by visiting the other displays, exhibits, stands, stalls and entertainment.
We are aware that some people booked display tickets independently, well before their club had confirmed it would have an 'official' stand at the event.
If you now want to join a club stand, please let your club's event coordinator know and cc your email instruction to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to accommodate the request.
Please note that last minute changes may not be possible due to the need to have the show layout finalised several days in advance.
Please note that the clubs with 'official' stands are listed on the Clubs page.
Sorry - no.
All display vehicles must be registered in advance with full details provided.
All registered exhibitors are issued with a DISPLAY VEHICLE ticket.
A Public Admission ticket does NOT entitle you to bring a vehicle into the display area.
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