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Lavenham Classics motor show brings in almost £3,000 for benefit of community council




The third Lavenham Classics motor show reversed perfectly onto the village’s recreation ground on Sunday.

This year’s event focused on a traditional family day out, which included live music, food and drink stalls as well as a mix of more than 150 classic cars and motorcycles.

Bruce Goddard, organiser of the event, said: “The event itself went exceptionally well, no doubt aided by the weather this year.

Colin Palmer at the show with his 1970 Aston Martin DB6 MK 2
Colin Palmer at the show with his 1970 Aston Martin DB6 MK 2

“A huge thank you to everyone who attended, exhibited and of course the volunteers.”

Almost £3,000 was raised for Lavenham Community Council, a charity which gives funds to good causes in the area as well as financing village community facilities.

For more details on the show, go to www.lavenhamclassics.com.

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