Classics for Carers-May 3rd 2020

Afternoon SADCASE's a few members have made us aware of the Classics for Careers Stay at Home Motorshow this weekend (May 3rd) which we think many members might be interested in.

WITH ALL public gatherings postponed or cancelled in the UK due to the coronavirus epidemic, an innovative way for classic car owners to exhibit their cars has been conceived, with funds raised going to the NHS and frontline carers.

Open to all classic car and bike enthusiasts, Classics for Carers is a “stay-at-home motoring event” that could see prized vehicles taking pride of place on driveways across the UK on Sunday, May 3. They can then be enjoyed by local communities, as residents head out for their permitted daily exercise, and exhibitors are being encouraged to share their motors on social media, using the hashtag #classicsforcarers, for people to enjoy further afield.

Event organiser Nick Chivers, a classic car owner, automotive photographer and writer, aims to use the event to raise money for frontline carers. Participants are asked to purchase an event rally plate or sticker for their vehicles, and enthusiasts encouraged to make a donation via the Classics for Carers JustGiving page.

All profits will go to NHS Charities Together, the membership organisation representing, supporting and championing National Health Service (NHS) charities across the UK.

For event details, donations and purchases, visit classicsforcarers.com.

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