Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - Event Report -

BriDGe oF al­laN, sTir­liNG, 15 May

More than 700 clas­sic own­ers brought their cars to the Bridge of Al­lan for one of Scot­land’s big­gest shows – and gave three char­i­ties a help­ing hand.

Forty clubs from across Scot­land took part in the show, with the BMW Car Club’s Scot­tish Re­gion, the Tri­umph 2000 Reg­is­ter and the MkIII Cortina Own­ers’ Club be­hind some of the one-day gath­er­ing’s big­ger dis­plays. There were plenty of pri­vately en­tered clas­sics tak­ing part in the dis­plays at Strathal­lan Games Park, and a size­able au­to­jum­ble for the show’s bar­gain hun­ters.

Event or­gan­iser Ster­ling and Dis­trict Clas­sic Car Club has man­aged to raise more than £60,000 for good causes since its in­cep­tion in 2005, with this year’s pro­ceeds be­ing split be­tween Chil­dren’s Hospice As­so­ci­a­tion Scot­land, Alzheimer Scot­land and Stir­ling Young Car­ers. Gil­lian Car­moodie

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