Save The Date! This year’s show is on Saturday, 15th June 

Be at the Showfield, Stokesley, North Yorkshire, just off the A172 to meet our new sponsors – S. G. Petch of Middlesbrough and see over 400 cars, vans, bikes, and specialist vehicles in this annual event brought to you by The Rotary Club of Stokesley.

See the fleet parade at 10am – this year to be led by piper Phil Meadows of Eston.

We’re thrilled to announce that a 1935 Aston Martin Mk 2 Drop Head Coupe – one of only six built for the late Aston Martin London agent and rally driver Lance Predaux-Brune and sold through his famed Winter Garden Garage – will take part in our parade. What a dash it will cut! We will also welcome two Corvettes to the parade courtesy of the Classic Corvette Club UK (Northumberland) which is taking part in the show for the first time.


You can meet Phil Meadows and view his Willy’s Jeep and rare Flying Flea Royal Enfield motorbike at the NAAFI Cafe. Customers at this year’s NAAFI Café, a 1940’s retro style refreshment tent complete with homemade fare, will be helping to finance the fitting out of a compound of bungalows for trainee teachers at the Ayensudo Junior High School in Ghana. The NAAFI Cafe is run by volunteers, staff and friends of Sacred Heart School, Redcar which has partnered the Ghanian school.


The Corvette Club plan to display 10 vehicles, including a 1974 C3 and a super-charged C7, in a vibrant gazebo bedecked with flags and bunting.

The C7 is the seventh generation of the Corvette and is the first to bear the Corvette Stingray name since the 1968 third generation model and its all-new LT1 6.2L Small Block V-8 engine develops 455 horsepower (339 kW) and 460 pound-feet (620 Nm) torque, which can accelerate the car from 0-60 mph in 3.8 seconds. Club members will also show C3 models, the oldest ‘Stingray’ dating back to 1972.


And we welcome back the Bilsdale Silver Band for tunes of yesteryear.



There’s free on site parking for all visitors and the Showfield is two minutes walk from Stokesley’s  lovely town centre with its choice of shops, restaurants and cafes, and a pleasant walk by the River Leven. Exhibitors to the show go free. Visitor entrance is £6, with a family ticket for 2 adults and 2 children £14

And don’t forget by attending you’re helping to support the great charities which are represented on Stokesley High Street – Teesside Hospice, Age UK, Mind, Cancer Research and Herriot Hospice.

So if you’d like to show your vehicle – fill in this entry form: COS 2019 Entry Form

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For more details and advertising opportunities in the show programme, contact us at:

E-mail president@stokesleyrotary.org.uk