CLASSIC Car Auctions will be raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support when they host a Charity Concours Car-B-Q Event at the Warwickshire Event Centre, off the Fosse Way near Leamington, on Thursday September 22.
Admission will be free and attendees will be able to enjoy a free preview evening ahead of the company’s September Sale.
CCA welcomes all makes and models, car clubs and individuals as it celebrates, joining fellow car enthusiasts for an evening of classic car appreciation.
Gary Dunne of CCA said: ”There are 100 classic car spaces available and they are filling up fast – our Concours is coming together very nicely with modern classics, traditional British classics and European classics too.
“There will be prizes available for attendees on the evening, so get your classics gleaming and let us know you are coming as soon as you can to secure your free entry.
“Already confirmed as joining us are The Gourmet Hog Roast Company who will be providing us with our wonderful Car BQ offering, alongside Luke’s team from the Wriggly Monkey Brewery with their classic car themed bar serving a variety of beers aimed at Petrolheads.
“Mike Brewer Motoring will also be attending, with the chance to join their enthusiasts club with lots of benefits for members of MBM Club. EM Rogers, our official transport and storage partners will be here too. There are many other partners getting involved, so if you would like to get involved with a trade stand or contribute for this very worthy cause please do get in touch.
“We will also be hosting a raffle to raise more funds this fantastic cause, with some very generous gifts having been donated already and many more welcomed. So if you run a car club, or are a classic car owner and would like to come along for this lovely evening, please do let us know asap as places are filling up fast. If you are unable to make it but would like to make a donation of a prize for this lovely evening this would also be very welcome.”
CCA is the sister company of Silverstone Auctions and caters for ‘Everyman Classics’.