The Malvern Festival of Transport will take place on 14th October, at the Three Counties Showground, in Malvern. Read on to find out more about this event.
The Malvern Festival of Transport will take place on 14th October, at the Three Counties Showground, in Malvern. For this year’s show, the organisers have combined the Malvern Mini Show, the Malvern Classic Commercial Show, and the Malvern Motorcycle Show. Last year, this show attracted over 80 trade stalls, 40 classic commercials and 600 vehicles on display.
In 2018, the organisers want to take the show to a whole new level, so that you, as a spectator can have an enjoyable time. Let’s see what the organisers have in store for you, in this year’s Malvern Festival of Transport:Concours
One of the highlights of this event will be the vehicle concours, which will be the centre of attention for everyone who attends the show. All the vehicles at the show will be a part of the concours. Commentating for this event is none other than Les Clayton, a man who has more than 20 years of experience providing interactive and friendly commentary, to keep the visitors of the show engaged. Joining him will be several judges, who have tremendous amounts of experience in a variety of vehicles. They will be the ones who decide which vehicle walks away with the Pride of Ownership and Car of the Show trophies.Food and beverages
There are numerous stalls where you can get meals to keep you full throughout the show. There is also a café at the venue if you want to sit and have a meal.Malvern Motorcycle Show
At the Malvern Motorcycle Show, you get the opportunity to take a closer look at a number of classic and vintage motorbikes. Clubs such as 2 Stroke Club, VMCC, and Norton Owners Club will also be present, displaying their collection of motorbikes. If you are interested in displaying your motorbike, the year of production should be 2003 or earlier. You can procure a motorcycle season pass from the organisers for free. If you do so, you only need to pay £3 to enter your motorbike in the show.
On the day of the event, if you don’t have the season pass, the ticket price is £10 for adults and £3 for children.Trade stalls
As usual, there will be several trade stalls at the event displaying different types of inventory. If you want to set up a trade stall, you can get the pitch for £40 if paid in advance. On the day of the event, it will cost you £45. There is also an Autojumble, where you can pick up parts and spares for your classic motorbike at reasonable rates. You have the option of setting up a stall, which is £30 (advance) and £35 during the event.Additional information
As the event is dog-friendly, you can bring your four-legged friend along for the Malvern Festival of Transport. However, make sure that you keep your dog on a lead and use the dustbins at the event to dispose of any waste.
Parking is free, and there is plenty of space available at the venue.