On Sunday 4th June, The North West Vehicle Restoration Trust at Kirkby will be holding their 6th annual open and bus running day and it promises to be bigger and better than ever.
Following on from the huge success of 2016 and after being inundated with questions as to when NWVRT's next event will be, they are delighted to announce the date has been set.
So put Sunday 4th June in the diary, and come along to one of the fastest growing events of it's kind.
Planning is already well underway.
As with previous years, there will be a selection of stalls, refreshments available on site and from the excellent Pat's Cafe a short walk from our premises (plenty of choice of hot and cold food available here all day as well as other drinks and refreshments), and a network of free bus services operating using resident and visiting vehicles.
Something carried over from previous events will be a grand launch of newly restored vehicles that will be making their debut on the day, exclusive to all who attend, as well as the appearance of a very unusual exhibit from Kirkby, who knows, maybe even two...
NWVRT are now taking visiting vehicle and stall entries for the day, however NWVRT urge you to book as soon as possible, as they already have a massive amount of interest and because of space restrictions, it's essential they know you are coming along so we can save you a space, so avoid disappointment...
Any questions about this event should be directed to NWVRT by email on firstname.lastname@example.org