The All British Day August 2015
THE ALL BRITISH DAY
SUNDAY 30TH AUGUST 2015
Location: The Kings School 87-129 Pennant Hills Rd, North Parramatta NSW 2151
The ‘All British Day’ is a display day featuring over 50 car clubs representing most British brands current and past. The day is hosted by Kings School and coincides with their annual fair.
Everyone is welcome to come and have a look and visit the fair. The cost is $5 per car and there is plenty of parking for visitors.
History of the “All British Display Day”
In 1988, the association of British Car Clubs was formed to replace the Austin Motor Vehicle Club as coordinator of the annual All British Display Days and to encourage the preservation of motor vehicles made in the UK or in other countries by British manufacturers. The association brings together the clubs that encourage the preservation of particular marques.
British motorcars have an important place in motoring history. They covered the whole spectrum of motoring requirements, from minimum cost vehicles such as the Baby Austin to renowned luxury cars such as Rolls-Royce.
The history of the British Motor Industry is one of acquisition, with manufacturers buying up other manufacturers as well as their supply chain. This process continues today and most of the original marques are now discontinued. Hence, many of the cars on display are now unique so the display offers a rare opportunity to see them.
Their preservation is a labour of love. These motor vehicles are a triumph of engineering and ingenuity and hold tremendous fascination for many people.
Come and enjoy a great day and inspect the cars. Swap stories and memories with the owners of these classic marques.
The Association of British Car Clubs and The King’s School are proud to be associated with the Arthritis Foundation of NSW.
The Arthritis Foundation is dependent on public support for its survival. About two thirds of its revenue is derived from bequests, donations and fund raising activities. You can find more information regarding the Arthritis Foundation by clicking the link belowhttp://yawa.arthritisnsw.org.au/
For more information visit http://allbritishdaysydney.asn.au/
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