The first Land Rover show of the year is at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon and has been extended to two days - Sunday and Monday 2 & 3 May and will be bigger and better than ever. Organised in association with Land Rover Monthly magazine the event starts with the Heritage Run on Sunday morning when a cavalcade of 150 classic Land Rovers from the Association of Rover Clubs make their way from the Solihull plant to the museum at Gaydon.
At the Heritage Motor Centre there will be a variety of exhibitions including the first opportunity for the British public to see the new concept vehicle from Land Rover, the Range Stormer, along with many historic Land Rover vehicles from 1948 onwards.
There will be lots of trade stands and side shows including an autojumble and activities for all the family from precision towing driving skills to go-karting. Come along and join in the fun. The Centre is situated close to junction 12 of the M40 near Leamington, open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. On-site overnight camping available on the Saturday and Sunday, advance bookings only.
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