Categories: Steam and Vintage Rallies
Sat 11th - Sun 12th Jul 2020 Market Lavington Vintage Meet Family Fun Weekend
The 2020 Market Lavington Vintage Meet will be held on the Elisha Field, Drove Lane, Market Lavington, Wiltshire SN10 4NT on the 11th & 12th July. This year it is an NTET Authorised Rally. It will have displays of full size and miniature traction engines, stationary engines, miniature train, vintage and classic cars & motorcycles, military & commercial vehicles, military re-enactment & living history groups and vintage tractors & agricultural machinery, demonstrations & collectables etc. There will also be trade & craft stalls, beer tent, catering, arena events including Morris Dancers, Army Cadet Force Corps of Drums, Keep Fit Demos and Fun Dog Show. For kids there will be a bouncy castle, rides, fun house, face painting, entertainment and activities for the whole family to enjoy. Opening times: 10am - 5pm each day. Free Parking.
Please approach the event site from the South only. There is no access whatsoever from the North, regardless of GPS and SatNav guidance. Well behaved animals on leads only are welcome. No alcohol is to be brought into the event by visitors. This event may be subject to change or cancellation. You are advised to check with the organisers or on our website https://mlvintagemeet.com/, facebook page & twitter @mlvintagemeet prior to the start date.
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