We invite entries from individuals and car and motorcycle clubs to exhibit their classic, vintage and veteran vehicles. In 2013, we received over 300 entries and welcomed many more on the day.

Individual Entry Form

Club Entry Form

Trade Stand Entry Form

Supercar Entry Form

Registered exhibitors can download some further information.

In 2013, Club exhibitors included:

Citroen Specials Club
The C.S.C. was formed in 1989 to provide support for those building, running or interested in specials and kits built on the Citroen ‘ A’ series running gear and now includes Lomax, Falcon, BRA, Blackjack Avion, Pembleton and Tripacer. However, the club also offers a very warm welcome to owners of Non-Citroen based kits and specials of similar construction. Nationwide activities are organised through Area Representatives, but the club is global with members not only in the UK but in Europe, USA, Japan and Australia. The club provides a bi-monthly magazine, technical help and support and details of specialist suppliers and Insurance companies. Last, but by no means least, it gives you a chance to meet like-minded individuals at club meetings and many shows where we usually have a club site.

The Traction Owners Club


The Traction Owners club has some 600 members and is notable for an extensive spares operation, as well as social events – in May some 30 cars went on a jaunt to a Chateau near Montlucon in France.

The ethos of the club is more biased to “drinking, dancing and dressing up” rather than to excessive polishing.

The Speedsters & Spyders Club

The club was founded some 20 years ago, following the growth in ownership of replica Porsche 356A Speedsters and, later, Porsche Spyders.  The principal manufacturer of the replicas of these iconic cars has been Chesil Motors in Dorset, whose proprietor, Peter Bailey, builds his cars on the chassis of 1960’s/70s VW Beetles.  These are cut down by approx 10 inches, fitted with a steel sub-frame, VW flat-four aircooled engine and Beetle running gear, to which is added a fibre-glass body, moulded from the original Porsche car design.  The cars are also available in kit form, enabling enthusiasts to build the car themselves. There have been many other manufacturers of Speedster or Spyder replicas over the years, including Intermeccanica, Martin and Walker, Apal, Covin, Legend and Pilgrim, but Chesil have produced by far the most cars and are still doing so, well over 20 years since they began. Original Speedsters and Spyders are almost non-existent in the UK, so the club keeps the historic marque alive with its attendance at classic car shows around the country.  We have over 100 active members and each car is different in colour, interior, engine refinements and other fittings.  The cars are considered by many (certainly by club members!) to be among the most beautiful designs in motoring history and the club attends many events each year, including track days at Castle Combe, major kit car shows, classic car shows and motoring pageants at historic venues such as Brooklands and Le Mans.

Bristol Branch of the Norton Owners Club
We are showing a varied slice of the Norton Output from between the wars to the late 70’s. Bikes from ‘oily rag’ to as ‘good as it gets’, twins, singles, Rotary, ohc and ohv possibly a sv. 

Our members meet at the Bridge Inn, Shortwood, Bristol every Wednesday evening, and during the summer, on the first Wednesday of the month, take ‘rideouts’ to other Inns, . We also have trips to Bike Jumbles, enter a stand at the Bristol Classic bike show, (we won best stand again this year), have a camping weekend in summer, and attend most of the functions and events at a National level.
We started as a branch of the Norton Owners Club 50 years ago and we warmly welcome members past and present, new friends and future members,so, please look in, and see what we’re about, you don’t need to be a Norton Owner just enjoy a classic piece of  British history.

The Fiat 500 Enthusiast’s Club
The Fiat 500 Enthusiast’s Club is a friendly UK club dedicated to the classic Fiat 500 and its derivatives, including the Fiat 126. We welcome both members and non-members to our fun events throughout the UK and Europe. We are a ‘not for profit’ club, organised by and for its members, to give advice, support and assistance in all 500 related matters. We issue a bi-monthly full colour magazine with a newsletter in the alternate months and in our members’ section of the website we’re building an archive of technical information for the Fiat owner.

Somerset and Classic Track Club
Details to follow

Rally for Heroes
Rally for Heroes organises charity driving events across the UK and mainland Europe. Our signature event is the Bi-Annual Rally for Heroes road trip, the next one launching in June 2014. In 2012 we raised £123,000 with the money being split between Help for Heroes and the Royal British Legion. On Sunday 7th July, the Rally for Heroes stand will be joined by none other than The Stig.

Avon Valley Classic Mini Club
Classic Mini Club, raising money on behalf of the Neuroblastoma Society (chldrens cancer) in memory of a family member. Visit the website for further information: www.neuroblastoma.org.uk  no: 326385

Nostalgia Car Club
Details to follow

The Historic Rally Car RegisterBath Motor Club
1971 Lancia Fulvia Rally Car
The Historic Rally Car Register (HRCR) was formed in 1983 by a group of people who had ex-  Work Rally Cars, some of which were very famous in the rallying world. Over the years the club has developed and grown into the foremost Historic Rally Club in the UK and possibly Europe.  The club organises and/or promotes Stage Rally Championships, Road Rally Championships and Scenic Tours which enables members with older cars to participate in all the various forms of rallying, both competitive and non-competitive.  The club is a national organisation but also has ‘local area’ meetings where members can get together regularly with one covering the Bath & Bristol area.

This weekend, the HRCR together with Bath Motor Club has a display of various rally cars on their stand, one of which is a 1972 Mk1 Escort which has for many years been campaigned by David Stokes, known as the ‘flying baker’ from Nibley in South Gloucestershire.  In recent years David has been the MSA British Historic Stage Rally Champion in 2008, 2010 & 2011.  He was also the BTRDA Gold Star Champion back in 1986 and Castrol Autosport Champion in 1987.  The car has a 2litre BDA engine and is fully stage prepared and together they have been part of the British Historic Stage Championship continuously since 2002.

For details of the club and its activities log on to www.hrcr.co.uk or for local area details contact Keith Wilson on cortina830d@o2.co.uk

Austin A30-A35 Owners Club
The object of the Club is to maintain as many A30 and A35 vehicles in good working order is as possible by helping, advising, encouraging and cultivating a spirit of friendship amongst owners and other interested people. Membership is therefore open to all owners and enthusiasts of the Austin A30/A35 range of vehicles. The Club was formed by a small group of enthusiasts in 1970, which has grown over the years into an International Club with a membership totalling around 1,100 members. Though the core of the Club consists of UK members, the Club has representatives in Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Sweden and United States.

United Cruisers
We are a family club running many different shows and cruises. We are open to all types of classic and American vehicles, cars, vans and bikes.We welcome all new members to join us, club membership is £25 per year and you receive a free t-shirt and club badge with your membership as well as updates to all our shows with fee entry to some shows, to join contact us here.


Bath & District Advanced Motorist Group
Bath and District Advanced Motorists (BADAM) is a regional group representing the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM). Its aim is to coach prospective advanced motorists to the IAM test standard. Our associate scheme caters for car and minibus drivers. If you have any questions why not email enquiries@badam.org

Norton Radstock Classic Car Club
The Norton Radstock Classic Vehicle Club was formed in 2003 and now has 119 members who own a number of classic vehicles from 1930 to 1985. The club attends many classic shows and have won many trophies at major events. Meetings are held at the Radstock Working Mens Club in Radstock near Bath every second Thursday of each month at 8pm. Come along and meet us.

Rolls Royce Enthusiasts’ Club: Great Western Section
1933 Rolls-Royce 20/25
The cars on parade today are part of the Great Western Section of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club and this year we celebrate our 30 anniversary though the RREC has been in existence since the late 1950’s.  Our area covers a large proportion of Gloucestershire, Somerset and West Wiltshire; if you need to contact us please ask any member here today, we have a website.


The Imp Club
Details to follow

Audi 100 Coupé S Club GB
Audi 100 Coupé S Club of Great Britain caters for series 1 Audi 100 models built between 1969 and 1976. The club was founded in 1995 and, as well as producing a quarterly magazine, is also an invaluable source of parts and expertise to get and keep your car on the road. The objectives of our club is to further the interest, preservation and use of the Audi 100 saloon and Coupé S, and in keeping with this, the format of the club is being reviewed to make better use of the internet to communicate with members, and to create a comprehensive parts database to make access to spares for members that much easier. The club attends a number of classic car events where members get together and to promote our marque amongst the general public.

TR Register/ Brunel TRs
1970 Triumph TR6
Brunel TR’s were formed in May 1992 to fill the need for a local group in the Bristol and Bath area. From those early days the group has grown steadily under the leadership of Andy Spencer, the late Bruce Mandell-Lynn and Kevin Thompson, going from strength to strength to become an established local group of the TR Register. Our catchment area has now grown with members in North Somerset and Wiltshire. The group has a very committed and active membership and events include regular social runs, local car show displays, weekends away and participation with other local car clubs. Our monthly meetings at The Dovecote at Long Ashton are regularly well attended and a good social evening guaranteed. The group is headed by a committee of five with assistance by individual members who regularly arrange and organise events.