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People flocked to Redditch town centre in their thousands on Saturday with the latest annual Redditch Classic Motor Show.

Fine weather greeted a record-breaking number of car enthusiasts and created a memorable experience for all attendees. The event, organised by Redditch BID in collaboration with Shakespeare Rally Promotions, showcased a stunning array of vintage and classic automobiles, attracting visitors from near with the oldest car a 1933 MG J2.

With over 120 vehicles on display, ranging from iconic classics to rare gems, the event transported attendees back in time, celebrating the rich heritage of automotive design and engineering. Visitors revelled in the opportunity to admire meticulously restored vehicles, marvelling at the craftsmanship and attention to detail that went into each automobile. The event also featured a range of attractions inside Kingfisher Redditch, including the iconic KITT car from 1980’s TV show Knight Rider and Lightning McQueen from the film Cars, alongside the infamous Transformers, where guests could take great selfies throughout the day.

Outside on stage live entertainment from Helen Pearson and Baby Love and kid’s activities to food stalls and vendor booths, attendees were treated to a full day of excitement and enjoyment. The Redditch Classic Motor Show truly encapsulated the community spirit, as families and friends came together to share their passion for vintage automobiles.

One of the highlights of the event was the prestigious Clayton & Shuttleworth Steam Engine built in 1911,. The judges were faced with the challenging task of selecting the winners from the exceptional line up of vehicles. The winners were then awarded with trophies and recognition for their dedication and commitment to preserving automotive history.


Muj Rahman, Redditch BID Manager, the event organiser, said:

“We are thrilled with the overwhelming success of the Redditch Classic Motor Show! It was heart warming to see so many car enthusiasts come together to celebrate the beauty and significance of classic automobiles. We thank all the participants, volunteers, and attendees who made this event a tremendous success.”

General Manager of Kingfisher Redditch, Adrian Field added

“the footfall and atmosphere in and around the Centre was fabulous. The number of people in the Centre on the day was 41% higher than the Saturday before which we are delighted with – this Redditch BID led event has been a fantastic way of boosting trade, creating pride in the town, and allowed people to enjoy a great day out.”

“The Redditch Classic Motor Show has truly established itself as a premier event on the automotive calendar with plans already underway to make the next edition even more spectacular, promising an unforgettable experience for all attendees.”