Vintage cars roll up to historic house for classic vehicle rally in Chorley

The sun shined down on a classic vehicle rally at Astley Park in Chorley on Sunday.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 17th May 2017, 2:00 pm
Updated Sunday, 4th June 2017, 9:44 pm

Visitors were able to peruse the line up of vintage vehicles and snap photos.

Phil Pearman of Lancashire Vehicle Club said: “The weather was very good and we had a turn out of over 150 classic vehicles attending ranging from an Isetta bubble car, silver cross prams to a convertible Rolls Royce. The public attended in good numbers with many children wanting to sit in cars and have their photos taken and ride on the vintage round about and have a go on the test your strength machine. The winners of the Astley Cup which was voted for by the vehicle owners themselves, were Margaret and Ralph Jagger who own a very popular yellow Bedford Midi Bus, a big hit with children as the loved to go inside an get old style bus tickets and sweets.”

The Club meets on the first Monday of the month at The Woodsman bar and grill in Clayton-le-Woods, Leyland and is open to people with an interest in type of vehicle both modern or old.

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The club’s next rallies are:

- June 17 Leyland Festival,

- June 24 Thompson House, Equestrian Center, Pepper Lane, Standish,

- July 23 Botany Bay, Chorley,

- August 26-28 Botany Bay Canal Fest,

- September 24 Worden Park, Leyland