Holderness Vintage Machinery Club – Keyingham Summer Show 2012

VINTAGE STEAM ENGINES, tractors, cars and other vehicles will be on display and taking part in a Parade and practical demonstrations at a Working Weekend and Rally organised by Holderness Vintage Machinery Club on Saturday 16th June and Sunday 17th June 2012.

The Holderness Vintage Machinery Club Keyingham was started in August 2002.  The aims of the Club are to promote the acquisition, preservation and restoration of vintage and classic farm machinery and equipment. This also includes cars, commercial vehicles and motor cycles, actively keeping alive the traditions of country craft and farming methods of bygone years.

Venue: Boyes Lane, Keyingham. Admission: £2.50 (Under 16s free if accompanied by an adult). Open: From 10am each day.

Contact Pat on 01964 630455 for further information.

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