The Spring Tractor World Show returns to the Three Counties Showground in Malvern on May 21–22, complete with plenty of non-agricultural classics
This year’s Tractor World weekend event at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern, is expanding to include classics of all types on the Sunday. Billed as the Classic Car & Vehicle Show, it takes place on May 22 and promises to be a busy day, with all of the exhibition halls and most of the showground being occupied.
The Sunday show welcomes interesting vehicles of 15 years and over, including classics, kits cars, customs and 4x4s, as well as light and heavy commercials of all types.
For those looking for a bargain or that elusive part, H J Pugh & Co will be staging its annual auction on the Saturday, with more than 1500 lots expected.
Those interested in exhibiting their vehicle needs to pre-book online, with the £5 exhibitors’ fee allowing entry for up to two adults. Children under 15 can attend free of charge.
There’ll be an arena and commentary throughout the day, and it promises to be a varied and fun-filled event. To book or to find out more, visit: tractorworldshows.co.uk
Exhibitors can still enter their vehicle(s) or reserve a trade stall. The closing date for entries is May 1, with booking forms downloadable from the website above.