News 2017-05-23T17:38:35+00:00

Steve ‘Stainless’ Jones

Classic Shows is very saddened to hear that Steve 'Stainless' Jones suddenly passed away last week while on holiday. Steve was very well known to a lot of Classic Shows visitors and traders having attended our events for a long number of years and generally taking a sprawling stall of 3 or 4 spaces and selling a range of screws, nuts and bolts. Steve frequented our events at Three Counties Showground, Malvern and latterly, Blenheim Palace. We are all very upset to hear this news and our thoughts are very much with Mandy and Steve's family during this difficult time. On behalf of Classic Shows, Andrew Greenwood and myself, thank you Steve for all the support you provided at our events and for being a top bloke. RIP. Matthew J [...]

November 14th, 2017|

Classic Shows End of Year Summary in Classic Motor Monthly November Issue

Don't forget to pick up the November issue of Classic Motor Monthly which includes an end of year summary from the enthusiast's favourite organiser Classic Shows. Keep an eye out for further updates on 2018 events.

November 3rd, 2017|

The Malvern Festival of Transport at the Three Counties Showground – Concours Winners

Another great turnout at the Malvern Classic Motorcycle Show & Autojumble held at the Three Counties Showground on Sunday 22nd October 2017. Here are the concours winners: 1930s Winner:  Michael Taylor, BSA B2, 1936 Runner-up: Colin Kent, Norton Racer, 1939 1940s Winner: Mike Roberts, Norton 19R, 1948 Runner-up: Richard Bellwood, Ariel Ng, 1949 1950s Winner: J Shaw, Velocette Mac, 1952 Runner-up: Ian Dettmer, Norton Dominator, 1956 1960s Winner: Ken Finches, BSA D7, 1964 Runner-up: Hayden Powell, BSA Spitfire 1970s Winner: Terry Butler, Yamaha YDS7 Runner-up: Andy Hanlon, Laverda Jota 1980s Winner: Gary Kendrick, Yamaha RD 500 Runner-up: Alistair Mould, Ducati Darmah 900 Custom Winner: Andy Richards, Chopper Custom COMP Winner: Marcus Doughty, BSA Scrambler Runner-up: Dave Stowe, MC Tisse JMR Best Club Display Winner: Norton Club Runner-up: VMCC Bikes [...]

October 25th, 2017|

The Malvern Festival of Transport at the Three Counties Showground – Gallery and Concours Winners

Great event at Three Counties in Malvern on Sunday. Over 600 classic cars, commercials, Minis and electric vehicles on display and 80+ trade and autojumbles stalls. Silverstone Imaging and Classic Motor Monthly took some great photos at the event, these are now available to view on the gallery. More photos to follow in the coming days. Concours winners from the event were as follows: CAR CONCOURS WINNERS: Pre-1950s Winner: David Riley, Triumph Roadster, 1949 Runner-up: John Lewles, Triumph Roadster, 1949 1950s Winner:  Jan De-Haldevang, MG TF, 1953 Runner-up: Gary Cooper, Morris Oxford, 1952 1960s Winner: Haydon Powel, Ford Zodiac, 1962 Runner-up:  Collin Bullock, Jaguar E-Type, 1969 1970s Winner: Errol Hassan, Rover 2500 V8, 1974 Runner-up:  Richard Stringer, V/W Golf, 1975 1980s Winner: Mark Jones, Ford Fiesta XR2, 1983 Runner-up: Stephen Rawsone, [...]

October 9th, 2017|

Provisional 2018 Events List Now Available

We are delighted to announce the provisional events list for the Classic Shows 2018 season of events is now available to download from http://www.classicshows.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Classic-Shows-Events-List-2018.pdf All of the events in this list are confirmed and further events will be added over the coming weeks. Regular visitors to Malvern may note that we no longer list the Malvern Bike Shows as stand-alone events, instead these events have now been merged with the Malvern Festival of Transport events held on Sunday 8th April 2018 and Sunday 15th October 2018. Bookings for 2018 are now being taken. The 2018 booking forms will be uploaded to the website shortly, if you would like to book in the meantime please call the office on 01484 667776.

September 25th, 2017|

 

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