Rolling with the good vibes at the 10th vehicle rally in Parson Drove
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Fund raising revved into action when the Parson Drove car, bike and trike show rolled into the village.
The show celebrated its tenth year and raised £10,000 for the Air Ambulance, Magpas and other local charities – taking the fundraising total since it began to £42,000.
Gavin Booth said: “We received great feedback throughout the day, with many people saying it was the best show yet and they couldn’t wait to till next year’s show.
“It was definitely the biggest yet. The committee would like to thank all those that helped over the weekend and the various sponsors, that helped make the show a success.”
“Planning has already started for the 2017 show which will be held on the July 15 and 16.”
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The day began with a beer festival and live music from local bands including Boobonyx, Pretty Ace, Corduroy, Jet Skiffle and Blues and the 5 O’Clock Shadows.
Then there was entertainment and displays including K and S Karts, Knight of Skirbeck static display, an outdoor Zumba class and archery with Osborne Adventures.
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There were fun fair rides, stalls, side shows, space hopper races and competitions, Bernie Bennett’s high wire act, Wodens Hearth Viking and Anglo Saxon re-enactment group and music by Tony G the voice of Elvis.
•A show and shine attracted a wide range of vehicles from across the region for the popular public vote event.
The 14 trophy class winners were:
Best classic car, RT Motors, Derek Langridge with a 1962 Jaguar E -Type.
Best pre 50’s classic car, The Coffee Tree Experience, Fred Clarke with a 1937 MG VA Tourer.
Best custom car, GB Autos, Russell Cook, 1930 Ford Model A
Best in show car, Tiger Cars, Craig Brown with a 1991 Mini Cooper.
Best classic bike, J B Bikes.co.uk, Stewart Login with a 1949 Triumph Speed Twin.
Best custom bike, Gildo’s, Matthew Bilby with a 1991 Harley Bobber.
Best scooter, RPM Signs, Barry Hewes with a 1960 Lambretta TV 175.
Best in show bike, Fenland Choppers, George Carter with a 2016 Self-Built Monocycle.
Best trike, June Rose, Raymond Clark with a 1987 TaffyTrike.
Best caravan / camper, Fishlock Stables and Groundworks, Donna Howitt with a VW Camper.
Best commercial, DJ Elbury and Son, June Rose with a Morris Minor van.
Best paint job, Pride and Joy, Olly Laos with a Triumph Thunderbird.
Shed of the show, BH Porter, George Carter with a 2016 Self-Built Monocycle.
Best club stand, JH Betts Butchers, March, Wisbech and District Historic Club.