London Heritage Farm Car Show - June 24 2018

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London Heritage Farm Car Show - June 24 2018

#1 Post by seatosky » Thu Apr 05, 2018 8:23 am

Hello everyone, the Rover Landers are once again invited to this fairly informal but enjoyable show now entering it’s 3rd year. Come down to Richmond on (hopefully) a sunny weekend afternoon and see some great vehicles. It’s also a fantastic photo spot as well. Info follows...!


On Sunday, June 24th, London Heritage Farm in Richmond is again planning to invite selected car clubs and owners to display their classic cars in the Heritage Farm’s delightful setting. Last year’s event was a big success with more superlative collectible cars than ever and hopefully the 2018 show will be even more popular.

This will be basically a show-and-shine with no judging or other formalities. There is no charge for entering a vehicle and the public is admitted free. They do a great tea at the farmhouse with cakes and sandwiches and the facility plans to have some other catering choices too – possibly hot dogs, burgers and coffee. Many picnic tables are available around the historic farmhouse and there are modern toilet facilities.

London Heritage Farm is located on the Fraser River on Dyke Road in Richmond, not far from Steveston Village and is operated as a non-profit attraction by a board of volunteers with the support of the City of Richmond. The Farm is located between #2 and Gilbert roads and is easy to reach from Hwy 99, the New Westminster connector and Granville Street.
This is a relatively informal event, a great chance to spend a pleasant afternoon on a beautiful section of the Fraser and enjoy the locale and (hopefully) some sunny weather. The location is popular with weddings and the setting is perfect for displaying and photographing fine cars. The organizers would like to have all cars in place by 11:00 am and the event will wind up at 3:00 pm.
Only a limited number of clubs will be invited and possibly one or two collectors in the area. The organizers would like to have a firm idea of who will show up because space is limited to 100 or so cars, so an idea of numbers would be appreciated. The event is by way of being an “invitational” aimed at selected clubs or individuals.

Tony Whitney
(25O) 594-4134 office
(604) 838–O958 mobile

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