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Saturday, 30 June 2012

Get ready for the Lydiate Classic Car Show

A GROUP of charity fundraisers are getting revved up for a classic car show set to take place in Lydiate next weekend.

The organisers of the Lydiate Classic Car Show, which takes place next Sunday (July 8) are urging fans of all things automotive to help raise funds for Cancer Research UK by checking out an eclectic variety of cars, motorcycles and buses owned by enthusiasts from across the north west.

Alongside the vehicles visitors will be able to peruse charity stalls at Lydiate Parish Hal, where the show is being held, and pick up snacks at a variety of refreshment stalls. It also the first time the annual show includes an autojumble, with traders offering spare parts at the show.

Entry to the show, which takes place between 10am and 4pm, costs £1 for visitors and exhibitors alike, with no need to prebook display vehicles. All proceeds from the show will be donated to Cancer Research UK.

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