Classic Cars & Country Market at Hoghton Tower

Sunday 27th June 2021 

Great British Motor Shows

  

Spread across Hoghton’s historic tilting ground and tower courtyard of the magnificent fortified manor house plus the showfield, will be classic cars, motorcycles, light commercials, ex-army vehicles and classic 4x4s. 

The event field will host displays of stunning restored vehicles across the day with a full arena commentary.  Enjoy chatting to fellow enthusiasts and experts at the array of national club and exhibitor stands. 

The auto jumble and trade stands could provide that missing part for your own pet project. 

Don’t forget: Hoghton Tower Country Market takes place alongside the car show.         There’s plenty of gardens and grounds for children to play in and the tea rooms provide the perfect cuppa when it’s time for a sit down!  

Private classic cars are warmly welcome.
Prebook your classic vehicle for display online via this website or download and return a booking form in the post, subject to closing dates.

 

What you need to know:

Where:   Hoghton Tower, Hoghton, Nr Preston, PR5 0SH

When:    Sunday 27th June 2021

Times:   10:00am-4:00pm

Prices:   Adults £7.50, children £2.50 Admission includes entry to the walled courtyard, extensive gardens and grounds, plus tea room offering special afternoon teas. 

Additional info: Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome. Free and ample parking. 

Venue website: www.hoghtontower.co.uk

Directions: Hoghton Tower is located ½ a mile from the village of Hoghton, just off the A675 Preston Road, and easily accessible from the M6, M61 and M65 motorways.  For satnavs use postcode PR5 0SH.

Extras: Autojumble/trade plots £25 each. For more details, to exhibit your classic vehicle, or for trade and autojumble plots, contact Mark Woodward on 016974 51882

  

 

Guided Tours on the day - Book Now!

Let our knowledgeable and friendly guides lead you through the years with the tales and anecdotes of the house and family, at times serious at other times not so serious but always reflecting the true actions, activities, occurrences and consequences of the periods.

This house, a true gem in the heart of Lancashire, has influenced so much in the county and yet remains unspoiled and a genuine reflection of Lancashire’s turbulent history.