On June 11th, the Leamington Rotary Club hosted its annual vintage vehicle display at the Pump Room Gardens. Around 300 cars were on display from local classic car groups and private owners. Visitors were also treated to live music by the Royal Spa Bras, the Rock Choir, Warwick Community Band, and Shadowfax, along with a variety of eateries and drinks outlets and a designated picnic area.
Barry Andrews, who chairs the show’s organising committee, said that all the cash raised would go to two local charities – Helping Hands, a community project which helps people to get back on their feet, and Molly Olly’s Wishes, which supports children with life-threatening illnesses.
It was a brilliant success, with positive feedback from both exhibitors and visitors with thousands of people in attendance.
Our Kia Vehicles drew lots of attention from the local community, with the team providing insightful information and providing lots of tips and tricks regarding the Sportage and new EV6 that were displayed. As well as promoting our newly expanded Kia Warwick dealership.
We were mesmerized by the vast collection of vintage vehicles, each with its own unique story and charm. Looking as it would have done back when it was on the production line. Such as the wonderful image below, with our Sportage parked next to not just one, but two 1960s Austin Healey 3000 Mk III convertibles!
This popular event provided a perfect day out for the whole family!