CLASSIC cars are revving up to line-up in Leamington at the annual ‘Cars at the Spa’ show.
Up to 200 cars are expected at the the charity fundraiser, organised by Leamington Rotary Club, being staged at the Pump Room Gardens on Sunday September 25.
The free show, running from 10.30am to 4pm, will also feature live entertainment throughout, plenty of food and drink outlets and a dedicated picnic area.
Rotarian Barry Andrews said: “All the money raised will go to the local Helping Hands community project and to the national Alzheimer’s Society.
“Admission is free but we will be inviting visitors to make a donation and we will also be selling programmes, with the chance to win dinner for two at Leamington Italian restaurant, La Copolla.
“I would like to thank Kia Warwick for agreeing to be our headline sponsor once again, and also Leamington BID for helping to finance the event and print the programmes.”
David Derbyshire, managing director of sponsors Kia Warwick, said: “Leamington Rotary Club does tremendous work in raising money for charity and we have sponsored many of their golf days in the past.
“We are very pleased to be sponsoring this event again and fully support their efforts in making this an annual feature of the town.”
“An enormous amount of work goes into planning, organising and staffing these events and Rotary is made up entirely of unpaid volunteers who do so much good for the town. I hope the public will respond in kind and fully support this event, as they did last year.”