The   Rotary   Club   organises   two   shows   for   owners   to   display   their   precious   vehicles   which   can
then   be   admired   by   members   of   the   public.     All   sorts   of   vehicles   are   on   show,   from   cars   and
motor   bikes   to   lorries,   army   vehicles   and   frequently   a   tractor,   which   proves   extremely   popular
with children as they are allowed to climb on it.
Our    first    show    of    the    year    is    held    in    conjunction    with    the
Royston   May   Day   Fayre   on   May   Day   bank   holiday.     When   the
weather    is    fine    (as    it    was    in    May    2018)    there    can    be    huge
turnout    and    pre-booking    is    essential    to    get    everyone    in,
despite   the   Town   Hall   car   park   being   very   large,   having   capacity
for over two hundred cars.
The   second   show   is   held   in   conjunction   with   the   Kite   Festival,
which    is    always    the    first    Sunday    in    August    and    held    on
Therfield    Heath    in    Royston.       For    this    show    we    arrange    a
display   area   for   classic   vehicles   at   the   rear   of   the   kite   flying
arena   so   that   there   is   plenty   of   space   for   all.     This   show
attracts    a    wide    variety    of    people    in    their    classic    vehicles
where   they   can   picnic,   watch   the   kite   flying   and   wander   round
the dozens of stalls and other attractions.
Click to see photos of previous shows - May Fayre 2018 and at Kite Festival 2017
If you would like to display your vehicle at either of the shows then download an application form here
or contact us via email by clicking here
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President: Martin Berry
A   view   of   some   of   the   vehicles   at   the   2018   May
day Show
Some of the vehicles at the 2017 Kite Festival
The May Day Fayre show 2021 has been cancelled but the Kite Festival show is still on for 1st August 2021. Historic Car Shows - Organiser Ray Munden