RNLI to benefit from classic vehicle informal meet at West Berks pub
There's another informal meet of custom and classic vehicles at The Bell in Aldworth on Sunday (July 10) from noon.
Organiser George Simmons, from Compton, said: "If you've got an old/custom bike or car why not bring it along?"
These meets, for which there is no entrance fee, have proved increasingly popular this summer and have attracted some great and rare cars, motorbikes and tractors outside the award-winning village pub, with their owners chatting about their restoration stories. Among the turnout at the last meet was a 1934 Wolsley Hornet Special was bought as a “bag of bits" 12 years ago, a 1920 Rolls that's been passed around one family for 60 years, an immaculate silver 1935 Frazer Nash BMW 315 Special bought in 1975 for £390 with money that should have been for repointing the house and a Ducati 996 motorbike that's its owner's passion: “I absolutely love it”.
Take a look at some of the previous stars of the show:
The meet will be raising money for the RNLI