In 2019 spectators took a nostalgic trip down memory lane when over 100 vehicles – cars, motorbikes, scooters, commercial and military – joined Biddulph’s first classic vehicle show.
Following a break in 2020 due to Covid-19 restrictions, we were excited to see the return of the show on Saturday 11 September 2021.
Biddulph Local People’s Group ran a vintage tea tent, live music was provided by local band Rooster and Churnet Sound provided music.
Prizes were awarded for the best vehicles in each category, with the very first Roger Snelson Memorial ‘Best in Show’ cup awarded by Emma Mason, daughter of the late Roger Snelson, to Mr Evett for his Durant Star.
Here’s some photos and feedback:
‘Well done Biddulph Town Council, Jodie, Sarah and all volunteers, a great success again’
‘Was amazing. Biddulph done good’
‘Great afternoon – thank you Biddulph Town Council’
‘An enjoyable afternoon – well done to all involved’
‘Well done Biddulph Town Council’
‘We came down earlier, it was nice to see the High Street so busy’
‘Amazing amount of cars on show, well done to the organisers and very well supported’
‘Fantastic turnout, good for Biddulph – look forward to another year’
‘Brilliant turnout by exhibitors and viewers’