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OUR NEXT 'A CLASSIC AFFAIR' IS ON ...

(provisional date)

SATURDAY 3RD SEPTEMBER 2022

11am to 4pm

Hemingford Pavilion, Manor Road, Hemingford Grey, Cambs PE28 9BX

BOOKING IS REQUIRED IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DISPLAY YOUR CLASSIC VEHICLE.

(booking not required for motorcycles)

You do not need to book for general public entry or public parking, please just turn up on the day!

(limited public parking available) 

 

Entrance to A Classic Affair is free, however donations are welcome as all profits will be donated to Magpas Air Ambulance.

If you would like to bring a classic vehicle, please complete our online booking form.

 

LIKE AND FOLLOW OUR FACEBOOK PAGE, A CLASSIC AFFAIR, FOR THE LATEST INFORMATION!

 

A huge thank you to everyone who joined us at A Classic Affair 2021! 

We had an overwhelming turnout and the weather was great yet again,

helping us to raise an incredible £4,117.22 for Magpas Air Ambulance! 

See our 2021 gallery for photos of the day!

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Magpas Air Ambulance
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Maxine Lester
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Quest Brothers Classic Cars

Our chosen charity, Magpas, brings essential lifesaving care by land and air to patients in the East of England and beyond. Expert doctors and paramedics volunteer their own time to work with Magpas Air Ambulance, which is not a state-funded service and relies on generous public donations to continue saving lives.

To find out more about the work they do, click on their photo above! 

For the forth year running, we are proudly sponsored by Maxine Lester Lettings & Property Management, who offer award winning lettings support! Their generosity helps us to cover the basic costs for running the event, enabling us to donate more to Magpas Air Ambulance. 

To find out more about Maxine Lester, click on their photo above! 

Supported by Quest Brothers Classic Cars, a local family run classic car maintenance and restoration company based in St. Ives. Check out their website for more information on their services to the classic car world! 

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The Rural Coffee Project
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Abbots Events
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Hemingford Pavilion

The Rural Coffee Project, run by Hannah and Andy, will be joining us again this year with their converted vintage horse box! They will be selling quality coffee and speciality tea from their unique mobile coffee shop! Find out more about their story by clicking on their photo! 

Hemingford based company, Abbots Events, will be joining us this year with not one, but two Citroen H vans!  One will be selling stone baked pizzas, the other burgers and fries.  There will of course be vegan options too! Check out their website by clicking on the photo!

Hemingford Pavilion is the venue for A Classic Affair, with great grounds and facilities for our guests and cars!  Founded in 1944, it has grown to become a sports facility and conference centre. Check out their website by clicking on their photo to find out more. 

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Various Craft Stalls
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Hemingford Bakes
Caxton Swing

There will be craft stalls on the day, all local people with a variety of crafts for sale!  

Hemingford Bakes is run by Adam, who bakes delicious treats & cream teas for the local community!  Check out his Facebook page by clicking on the photo! 

Relax and enjoy live music from Caxton Swing, who are a Cambridge based jazz group playing music from the thirties to the present day. Click on their photo to find out more about the band! 

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The Manor & Gardens

A Classic Affair are always looking to support the local community, and this year we are letting everyone know about The Manor, the family home of children's author, Lucy Boston. Situated just behind the Pavilion field, the gardens are open all year round for you to visit (£5 per person payable on arrival at The Manor, children free, no booking necessary) and are simply stunning!  On the day of our event, if you would like a little break from the cars, you can take a short stroll over to The Manor, and enjoy the beautiful gardens!  The Manor house itself (built around the year 1130) is also open to visitors, strictly by appointment only.  Click on the photo above to find out more on their website.