GALLERY: A classic day at Buntingford’s car show

PUBLISHED: 09:24 16 September 2013 | UPDATED: 09:24 16 September 2013

Keith Halsey polishes his car

Keith Halsey polishes his car


VINTAGE vehicles filled Buntingford High Street on Saturday for the town’s annual classic car show.

Sports cars, lorries and motorbikes were among the many different vehicles on show at The Buntingford Classic, which is now in its 13th year and is organised by the Buntingford Chamber of Commerce.

A spokesman for the organisers explained: “For the enthusiastic classic vehicle owner, the event represents the perfect opportunity to polish up the chrome and enjoy like-minded company.

“For the casual onlooker, its a rare opportunity to soak up real nostalgia in the historic setting. One can really imagine some of the real vintage motors hobbling along Buntingford’s original cobble street, surrounded by its Tudor scene.”

Aside from the vehicles, live music played at four arenas stationed around the High Street, with a number of local bands performing including the Buntingford Community Choir and the Freman Allstars from Freman College.

Local charities and community organisations also took the chance to step stalls promoting their work.

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