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A classic day to be had in Whisby!

Classic and vintage vehilces from across the country will converge on Whisby Garden Centre near Lincoln on Sunday 1st August for the latest annual outing of the East Midlands Classic Vehicle Club

This family friendly event will run from 10am to 4pm and is free to attend with no advance booking required

All proceeds from the day will be donated to prostate cancer

For more information phone Alan Birkett on 07765 800679

For thise with satnavs the postcode is LN6 9BY

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