ABOUT THE SHOW
Expect to see 500+ vintage, classic and modern classic vehicles on display per day including an exclusive display of Jaguars on Sunday and Mercedes Benz on Monday located in the courtyard outside the front of Capesthorne Hall.
In addition, there will be a variety of private vehicles displayed by age (pre-60s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s onwards) and category (sports and convertibles, kit, custom and replica and American) plus a wide range of club stands and displays from the likes of Cheshire Classic Car Club, Jaguar Enthusiast Club (Cheshire, Staffs, Red Rose and Wirral regions), Mercedes-Benz Owners Club (Cheshire, N. Wales, and N. Staffs regions), Stag Owners Club, MG Owners Club, XR Owners, Fords and Friends and the MR2 Drivers Club.
In the classic bike section, up to 100 vintage and classic motorcycles will be on display including models from the likes of BSA, Norton and Velocette.
All exhibiting vehicles are automatically included in the vehicle judging and awards process which will be overseen by experienced vehicle commentator, radio and social media personality Mark Stone and car and motorcycle judge and previous winner of the Isle of Man TT, Peter Fleming. Mark and Peter will present awards across all vehicle categories and culminating in the Pride of Ownership, Club of the Show and Car of the Show awards.
The vehicle concours is located in the event arena and provides a much-loved central feature to the event. Mark will interview owners regarding their restoration projects and vehicle stories and provide interactive entertainment throughout the event. If you have an interesting vehicle or a story behind it, feel free to let Mark know and he may just arrange for you to be interviewed!
Each vehicle exhibitor entering the arena for judging is eligible to receive a unique and complementary commemorative plaque.
TRADE, AUTOJUMBLE AND RETAIL
There will be a retail village featuring a number of trade and autojumble stalls selling a range of hard-to-find parts, merchandise, memorabilia, craft and vintage items.
MODERN VEHICLE DEALERSHIPS
The event may feature a selection of modern vehicle dealership and manufacturer exhibitors. If any dealerships are confirmed, they will be announced ahead of the event via our email newsletter and our Facebook page. Visitors can learn more about the latest models, technology and finance products from knowledgeable staff who will be on hand to answer queries.
FOOD AND DRINK, TOILETS
A wide selection of quality food and drink is available from a range of on-site catering facilities including a bar, confectionary and ice cream vendors. In addition, there is a permanent tea room located within Bodrhyddan Hall.
Portable toilets (including disabled) will be located in the showfield.
THE GROUNDS AND VISITOR INFORMATION
The event is located in the grounds of Bodrhyddan Hall, Dyserth Road, Clwyd, LL18 5SB – a grade 1 listed building set within 4,500+ acres and including stunning formal gardens and reclaimed woodland. Bodrhyddan Hall is one of the few remaining family-owned stately homes in Wales.
The house and gardens provide a breath-taking backdrop to a fantastic display of quality classic vehicles.
The general admission price includes access to the North Wales Classic Car & Motor Show plus the Bodrhyddan Hall grounds and gardens. Please note that should people wish to visit the grounds and gardens only, the general admission price will still apply.
OTHER INFORMATION – DOGS, CAR PARKING ETC
We are a very dog friendly organisation and dogs are allowed at the event. We kindly ask that visitors keep their dogs on leads at all times and use the on-site dustbins to dispose of any dog waste.
Visitor parking is free.
Bodrhyddan Hall lies on the A5151 midway between Dyserth and Rhuddlan and close to the A55. Take the St. Asaph turn off at Junction 27 and the A525 to Rhuddlan. Journey through Rhuddlan to the second roundabout and take a right. The house is signposted from here.
Alternatively, we are accessible by the 35 & 36 circular bus routes which stop at Bodrhyddan by request.
There is also a cycle track from both Dyserth and Rhuddlan ensuring safe travel for bicycle users.
The venue is sign posted via permanent brown road signs and on event weekend will also include temporary, hi-vis ‘vehicle show’ road signs directing visitor sand exhibitors into the relevant entrance points.