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Sign up for the mini meet and classic car events

A close up of a Morris Minor on display at Classic Car Day

Published: Thursday, 29th July 2021

The Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk’s Mini Meet and Classic Car Day in the Tuesday Market Place are back for 2021, and exhibitors are urged to sign up now!

Registration for both car shows is already open, and with both shows less than two months away, owners who would like to bring their vehicles along to these popular events are advised to move fast. Spaces are limited this year to ensure a Covid-safe event. Spaces will be given on a first come first served basis.

Cllr Graham Middleton, Deputy Leader and Cabinet member for Business, Culture and Heritage, said: "Come and see the great cars in the market place and take advantage of what the town has to offer.

"Classic Car Day takes place on Heritage Open Day, which is an excellent opportunity to go inside and discover some of the rich heritage of King's Lynn. I encourage people to come and support our town centre businesses while enjoying the cars on display in the Tuesday Market Place."

Mini Meet – Sunday 5 September 

Mini Meet: in the marketplace returns for its fourth year. Examples of this iconic car, both old and new, will be on display in King’s Lynn’s beautiful Tuesday Market Place. 

Trophies will be awarded to the Mini judged as ‘Best in Show’ and to the Mini voted as ‘People’s Choice’. As well as the vehicles on display, the market place will host live entertainment, making the Mini Meet a great day out for all the family. 

Exhibitors can register for a place at

Classic Car Day – Sunday 12 September 

King’s Lynn Classic Car Day once again returns to the Tuesday Market Place as part of Heritage Open Day. Vintage vehicles of all makes and ages will be on display, along with live entertainment. 

The Les Daubney Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the car judged ‘best in show’. 

Exhibitors can register for a place at

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