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Sherborne Classic and Supercars Show supports children’s charity

Sherborne Classic and Supercars Show supports children’s charity

An exciting Classic and Supercars Show at Sherborne Castle, in Dorset, is set to help fuel the lifesaving missions of the vital Children’s Air Ambulance (TCAA).

The Children’s Air Ambulance is a national service, changing the face of paediatric and neonatal care through the high-speed transfer of critically ill babies and children – flying them from one hospital to another for specialist care. The clinically designed helicopters provide a flying intensive care unit for babies and children.

The Sherborne Classic and Supercars Show takes place on Sunday 17 July – between 10am and 4.30pm – with early access from 9.30am available for advance ticket holders.

Set to be another fantastic event, there will be over 2000 cherished and spectacular cars on show, from supercars, vintage, classics and sports cars to a new electric car village, race and rally cars, American cars, hot rods and custom cars.

Not only can people enjoy the various cars, but they can join in the celebrations of 100 Years of Jaguar, car parades and tours, craft and autojumble stands, and a catering and entertainment village.

The castle and grounds will be open with beautiful picnic areas, so people are urged to bring the family to have a great day out – with proceeds split between numerous worthy charities including the dedicated children’s transfer service which saves lives across the Southwest and UK.

“Come and find our stand at the Sherborne Classic Car show Sunday 17th July and check out what we have for sale, how else you can get involved or have your photo taken with Blade our #TheCrew mascot,” said TCAA Community Fundraising Executive, Fiona Franklin.

“Our charity relies solely on donations as we receive no government funding, and the money raised will keep our helicopters flying so we can transfer, critically ill babies and children for lifesaving specialist treatment,” she added.

For more information, people are urged to contact Fiona at: [email protected] 07936 044846