THE ROTARY CLUB OF ASHTEAD
Village Day Cherished Car Run - Saturday 10th June 2017
Do you have a special, cherished, vintage, veteran, classic, 'super-car' or restored commercial vehicle? Then please do join us for our magnificent 34th annual Rotary Village Day. See Ashtead Rotary Flyer
Cars will assemble at 11 am with coffee and biscuits for all entrants in front of the grand house (photo-opportunity) at the City of London Freemen's School, Ashtead Park KT21 1ET.
The Procession will leave the school at 11.50 sharp to parade through The Street, Ashtead at mid-day. From there we will proceed en route to the Queen Elizabeth II recreation field, Barnett Wood Lane.
On arrival the vehicles will be met by Rotary Stewards who will escort the Procession through the grounds to parade in front of 6000 – 8000 people. Then they will join the static display on the grassed area next to the entrance and the road. Any entrant who is unable to stay for the duration of the show may leave easily from there.
The 2016 procession was led by a beautiful 1901 Mors (courtesy of The Royal Automobile Club) with our principle guest, Miss Surrey, Sophie King.
Every year Ashtead Rotary Village Day draws enthusiastic crowds of people of all age groups from Mole Valley and greater Surrey.
This year, as an additional attraction, we will have a circus with its own big top, clowns, jugglers and trapeze artists. With arena events and over 100 side stalls we will bring a big appreciative audience to your prized vehicles.