SADCASE Storrington Classic Vehicle Show 2022 Review

Well both major SADCASE shows have been and gone for this year.
Our organising committee has spent a huge amount of time and effort in organising these years events at the Amberley Museum and the Storrington Recreational Ground trying to offer you the best experience possible.
Storrington Show
The Storrington Show held last Sunday is generally recognised as being our main event of the year.
Although we did stake out some areas on Saturday the major preparation work for the show was undertaken from 6.30am ! Everybody pitched in and created the most professional show that members saw when they arrived.

Many of organising committee  were constantly walking around the field in conversation with so many of you happy members discussing matters of the day and taking pictures of your wonderful cars and motorbikes. So many types, makes and models from different times and parts of the UK and abroad.  The general consensus of opinion was that this  show was the best so far. Very pleasing for all of us. We like to think we are constantly learning and look forward to an even better show next year!  Many thanks for the many phone and email support messages received after the meeting. Such a nice touch from our great bunch of members!

The sun was shining for most of the day sometimes from behind a light cloud cover with temperatures very pleasant around 20+ degrees.  Many people arrived with picnics and others used our catering stalls for Tea, Coffee, Crepes, Burgers, Wine, Beer and of course ice cream. More will be on hand next year to reduce the queues to the minimum.  Our resident DJ played background music for most of day but turned the volume up later in afternoon encouraging many to try out their dancing moves!  The traditional stalls for auto jumble enthusiasts were back this year all doing an excellent trade. Original advertising literature for a good selection of classic vehicles was available as well as all sorts of spares and most unusual items that found new homes on the day.

We have taken many camera shots ourselves but have been so impressed by members who have taken similar or better photos of the day , some even from airborne drones giving an unique view of the day. Many more photos can be seen on the SADCASE facebook pages.

Many , many thanks are given to our hard working marshals that all worked way beyond their remit to ensure the day was a success for all. Special thanks to Shaun and also Clive our resident Goodwood marshal who controlled the huge flow of traffic throughout the day.  Many had responded to our plea in the May Newsletter.
All marshals were worth their weight in gold on the day.  THANK YOU!

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