Classic Car & Bike Show 2017 Event

Classic Car & Bike Show 2017 Event

This was an excellent event last year with a diverse selection of quality cars on show and this year we are expecting over 100 cars. It is held in the field at the back of The Swan Inn overlooked from the beer garden which is a fabulous scenic setting.

28th August 2017 – from 10:30am

Rear of: The Swan Inn, Chaddesley corbett, DY10 4SD

Entry: £10 per Car / £5 per Bike

BARBECUE, BATHAMS, PRIZES for most ‘Desirable Cars & Bikes’.

Supported By: The Swan (a bathams Pub), A&H Construction, Spencer Signs, Will Hire, Blakedown Sports Cars, Carriage Co (Droitwich) and Classic Lines Design.

Proceeds to: PROSTATE CANCER UK – Kidderminster & Worcestershire Prostate Cancer Support Group

Please contat us for more information and concessions available:

Mark (The Swan): 01562 777302

Classic Car & Bike Show 2015 Event

Classic Car & Bike Show 2015 Event

The Chaddesley Corbett Classic Car and Bike Show at the Swan Inn helped raised thousands of pounds for vital equipment for a hospital.

Gadget Show presenter Jon Bentley was the celebrity judge at the Chaddesley Corbett Classic Car Show, which saw more than 110 vehicles – provided free of charge by enthusiast Mark Cowmeadow – on display.

The event, held on August 29, and raised more than £3,200 which will be donated to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham

Jon Bentley, who also used to co-present TV car show Fifth Gear, said: “The Swan is one of my favourite pubs with a spacious well-kept garden.

 “To be able to sit there with a pint of Batham’s and contemplate the field behind it full of classic machinery is a sheer delight.

“The range of cars was even wider than last year – from a brown Austin Maxi and an original-looking Triumph Toledo through to a magnificent Lagonda and a gloriously rebuilt Allard Palm Beach.

“My own favourites were an Austin A40 Sports that had been lovingly and carefully restored, a Nissan 300ZX that was in proud family ownership, and a 1956 Austin Healey 100m that graced the company’s motor show stand back in the day.”