Didsbury Car Show 2013
2013 Didsbury Car Show announced!
Sunday July 14th 12noon - 4pm
Over 90 cars now registered for the free Didsbury Car Show - programme sales in aid of The Christie. Register your characterful car at http://www.didsburycarshow.org/ or just come along to the show on Sunday July 14th
Didsbury Car Show 2012 will take place on Sunday, July 15th in it's regular location of Didsbury Park.
There will be 80+ cars on display from all walks of life from fiat's to ferraris and beetles to bentleys. Along with cars to feast your eyes upon there will also be stalls selling various types of food and drink.
Fingers crosses that the weather is good!
The date for Didsbury Car Show 2011 is 10th July 2011 from 11am until 4pm and will again be located in Didsbury Park. The main beneficiary for the event in 2011 will be Christie Hospital.
110 cars are now booked to appear at the event and entries are now closed.
Between 80 and 90 classic cars are anticipated to attend and the on-line show entry form will be open soon.
Good news as far as food stalls too. As we suggested last year, more food options were needed, and we're happy to announce that this year amongst others Didsbury's The Silver Apples, Events & Catering Co. will be making an appearance with their popup tearoom.
We'll bring you more information as we get it and you can always keep an eye on the official Didsbury Car Show website.
The charity car show event, in support of Music In Hospitals was the first Car Show to take place in Didsbury. The theme in it's first year was cars with character and included such cars as
1954 Cadillac series 62 sedan 1957 VW Splitscreen camper 1958 Triumph TR3a 1958 VW Camper Van 1959 Ford Zephyr 1959 Morris J Type Van 1961 VW splitscreen panel van 1964 Hillman Superminx Convertible 1966 Ford Mk1 Cortina 2 door Super 1968 MG Midget 1969 VW Beetle 1970 Dodge Charger 500 1970 Triumph Dolomite 1977 Ferrari Dino 308 GT4 1981 DeLorean DMC12 1989 Porsche 928 S4 1996 Porsche 911 993 coupe 2003 Maserati 4200GT 2008 Porsche 997
to name just a selection of those who attended!
Being closet car fans we went along to have a poke around and were pleasantly surprised by not only the turnout but the huge selection of car eye-candy to dribble over.
The love and the care that people lavish on their cars is enough to bring a tear to the eye.
The only thing really missing from the event was better food options and more information on related stalls.
As Lesley Jackson said on our Facebook Page, "If this becomes an annual event organisers should persuade local cafes to provide coffee and cakes - they'd have done a bomb today." and we couldn't agree more. If Airyfairycupcakes, Silver Apples or a Folk Cafe BBQ had been in attendance, people would have been fighting their way to the front of the queue. Maybe next year though hey!?
You can view the official Didsbury Car Show website for information and contact details if you would like to take part next year.