Sleaford is a small friendly rural market town located 20 miles south of Lincoln.
The annual Historic Car & Motorcycle Show attracts many exhibitors from across our county and beyond, bringing all manner of classic vehicles from the pristine to the everyday.
There are also trade stands, exhibitors and much more for all the family.
The 2016 Historic Car and Motorcycle Show is the 24th in a line stretching back to the early 1990s since when the event has variously been called the Vintage Vehicle Rally, the Sleaford Classic Car Show and from 2000 onwards, the Sleaford Historic Car & Motorcycle Show or SHCMS for short!
SHCMS 2016: Saturday 3rd September
For entries – please contact Mary on 07908 620 677 for details
Stop press! 4th August – Still spaces left in some classes – why not have a ‘club’ stand? (no extra charge). All trophies are voted for by the public. Call Mary on 07908 620 677 for details.
A selection of the 2014 trophies
2016 brings over 30 trophies to be won – most of which are voted for by the visitors to the show. There are 3 annual memorial trophies kindly provided by families remembering loved ones who enjoyed the show.
For the fifth year running, at the Council Offices Car Park, Lafford Terrace, Eastgate, Sleaford.
Please note: We are a non smoking site and ask people to bring their own chairs so they can ‘relax and stay a while and enjoy the atmosphere.
The show starts off with a parade of vehicles through the town centre leaving The Four Seasons Garden Centre at about 9.15 am
Now you can follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/SleafordHCMS
Morgan’s Historic & Classic Vehicle Events Yearbook is produced annually by the Rotary Club of York Vikings and lists around 850 events that involve Steam, Veteran, Vintage & Classic Cars, Commercial Vehicles, Motor Cycles, Tractors & Buses that take place north of a line from Aberystwyth to the Wash and up to the Shetland Islands. All proceeds from the yearbook are donated to national & international charities supported by the club. A full description can be found on www.morgansyearbook.co.uk.