Saturday 16th June 2018

 at the Showfield, Stokesley, North Yorkshire, just off the A172.


North Yorkshire County Council have decided today Weds 13.06.18 to ‘surface dress’ the A172 between Ingleby Arncliffe and Swainby. The A172 is the most direct route to the Showfield at Stokesley from the A19.

However if you travelling from the south up the A19 or coming from the Northalllerton direction and wish to avoid this section of the A172 please follow these directions. Ignore the A172 turning and carry on up the A19. Come off at the second junction after the A172 signposted Potto, East Rounton, Welbury, and Hutton Rudby, then follow signs to Hutton Rudby and then to Stokesley. The route is not much further than travelling on the A172.

We did try to get the work postponed but NYCC refused.


We are proud to announce that our new sponsors are S. G. Petch. of Middlesbrough. Over 400 cars are expected, exceeding last years attendance of 300 cars, vans, bikes, and specialist vehicles. See Classics on Show Photos to get a feel for the day and make sure you don’t miss this year’s Show when there will be lots more exhibitors and even more family entertainment including the Bilsdale Silver Band.

There is free on site parking for all visitors and the Showfield is two minutes walk from the lovely Stokesley town centre where there are plenty of shops, restaurants and cafes, and a pleasant walk by the River Leven. Entrance is £5, with a family ticket for 2 adults and 2 children £12

Over the years we have seen many sports and performance cars including Jaguar E Types, MGBs and MGCs, AC Cobras, Triumph Stags, and Jaguar XK 120 and 140s.

Club entries have increased dramatically, with an excellent display of cars and motor cycles by the Teeside Yesteryear Motor Club. Other clubs who have come to the show include Jaguar, TVR, Aston Martin, Lancia, Ford Probe, Ford Capri and the Hillman Imp Club.  Bikes at the Show have included Triumph Bonnevilles, BSAs, Sunbeams as well as Vespa and Lambretta Scooters.

In the Commercial category a wide range of vehicles have attended including a vintage steam roller, a Ferguson tractor driving a potato-planting trailer, a 1936 Austin Seven van, and a Ford Thames-based fire engine.

All proceeds from the show goes to charities supported by the Rotary Club of Stokesley.

Exhibitors get in free. 

See our Facebook page www.facebook.com/Classicsonshow


Contact us for more details and advertising rates for the 2018 Show.

The show is a non-profit event that raises much-needed funds for local and Rotary Club charities

Organisers: The Rotary Club of Stokesley

Meetings: Blacksmiths Arms, Swainby. Tuesdays 19:00 hours

E-mail president@stokesleyrotary.org.uk


Web Address  www.classicsonshow.co.uk