This Easter will see Motorfest move to its new home at Chetwynd Deer Park, Shropshire, for two days of family fun on April 21-22.

Visitors to the show can expect up to 1000 classic vehicles from the 1930s to the 1990s, but this year will be even more special as the event celebrates the 60th anniversary of the legendary Mini. Owners of classic and modern Minis are being encouraged to display their cars with the offer of a free place if they book tickets for Easter Monday using code 60MINIMON.

Event director Stephen Smith said: “You can’t let the birthday of such a British icon go past unmarked, and with so much more space available to us at Chetwynd Deer Park than in previous years, we can’t wait to get the party started!”

In addition, you’ll find trade stands, an autojumble, club displays, a live arena, a pride of ownership display and a concours competition, plus live music and plenty for the kids, including an Easter egg hunt and children’s disco. For more information, visit