Another Classics for Carers on Sunday 7th June

Building on the motoring community’s united show of support for NHS carers during its inaugural event, Classics for Carers returns to offer some summer solace, in the continued period of at-home isolation.

As social distancing measures remain in place to protect the NHS and save lives during the COVID-19 pandemic, the motoring and motorsport sector endures a prolonged period of postponed and cancelled meetings, shows and races.

The first event in May saw significant uptake in Classics For Carers participants. Bringing together the individual and community fundraising exhibitions by car and bike enthusiasts across the UK and overseas, where the national event raised over £13,500.
Drawn from generous donations and the sale of event specific rally plates and stickers (where all profits go to the charity), ‘show goers’ and passers-by made the at home show a truly unique experience.

The 7th June show sequel will once again provide an opportunity to roll out your restoration or park your pride and joy on the driveway. Owing to the success and feedback from May’s event, a call for a comeback couldn’t be ignored.

Adhering to social distancing requirements and government guidelines to stay safe at home unless necessary, Classics for Carers stands as a message of thanks and respect to NHS carers and colleagues.

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