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On Sunday 21st July, the 2024 Classic Car and Bike Show was once again in Falinge Park, Rochdale.

The weather held fair and saw over 200 vehicles of all shapes and sizes spread across the park. They were joined by around 25 bikes. Happy Radio kept the crowds entertained with Disco Di rushing around interviewing owners and stall holders alike.

Vintage Worx provided the catering, Deputy Mayor Cllr Janet Emsley attended and the whole event was an incredible success.

More photos will be available soon on the Car Show website, but make a date in your diary for Sunday 20th July 2025, when the next show will take place in Falinge Park.

See you there.

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The 2024 Classic Car and Bike Show will again be held at Falinge Park on Sunday 21st July 2024. Bookings for cars, bikes and craft stalls are now open on the Classic Car and Bike Show website here. Where more pictures  from the 2022 and 2023 shows can be found.

The 2023 Classic Car and Bike Show took place on Sunday 16th July at Falinge Park, Rochdale. 

Despite the inclement weather forecast, over 170 vehicles were on display, 40 craft stalls attended, Roch Valley Radio provided entertainment, whilst the volunteers from Vintage Worx kept everyone fed and watered. The sun appeared around 1pm to leave everyone with a nice warm feeling.

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The 2022 Classic Car Show took place on Sunday 17th July at Falinge Park, Rochdale. Over 200 vehicles were on display and viewed by over 2,000 visitors. Around £10,000 was raised to be distributed to the Club President's chosen charities.

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Our first Classic Car show was held on Sunday the 16th of July 2017.  Rotarian Mike Tomkinson organised this extravaganza, and it was a great success, raising £7,700 for  President John Holder's chosen charities, Prostate Cancer Care in the UK & Medic Malawi.

The second show was very well attended by over 4,000 visitors, who saw 250 vehicles on display. Over £13,000 was raised this time, for President Ann Stott's chosen charities, Rochdale Heartbeat and Springhill Hospice.

Unfortunately neither the 2020 or 2021 shows could not take place due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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