Perthshire Classic Car Festival
Parade Cars Arriving at Scone Palace
Parade Cars arriving at Scone Palace
Parade Cars arriving at Scone 21st April 2018
Red Flag Parade
Model T Ford crossing Smeaton's Bridge preceeded by High Constables with red flags as originally required.
Prince Michael of Kent & Colin Stewart
Prince Michael of Kent & Colin Stewart after he had just driven Colin's XK120 Jaguar
Drive it Day
Eighty cars at Raemoir Hotel Banchory on Drive it Day 22nd April
Scone Palace Display
350 Cars on display at Scone Palace 21st April 2018
Sir Winston Churchill Car
Sir Winston Churchill used this Car when he received the freedom of the city of Perth in 1948
Leaving Tay Street
Parade car leaving Tay Street Perth after Royal Salute and Commentary
Tay Street Extravaganza
130 Cars Displayed at Tay Street Perth
Presentation to Charities
President Deborah Rogers & Colin Stewart hand over cheques for £10k to Cancer Research UK & Alzheimer Scotland
The Rotary Club of Blairgowrie organised a successful Classic Car Festival on 21st and 22nd April, 2018. On the Saturday it featured a Classic Car Parade in Perth and show at Scone Palace, with a Drive it day from Blairgowrie on the Sunday.
After a successful classic car tour in April 2017, which raised over £17.5k for CHAS and Cancer Research UK, the Rotary Club of Blairgowrie ran an ambitious weekend in 2018. The weekend was attended by HRH Prince Michael of Kent. The Perthshire Classic Car Festival was held over the 21st and 22nd April. It consisted of a parade of 130 cars through Perth city centre, which was viewed by several thousands spectators on the 21st together with a Classic car show at Scone palace, involving a number of activities and entertainment, which was equally popular. On the 22nd there was a Drive it Day for 80 cars leaving from Blairgowrie, travelling on part of the Snow Road into Aberdeenshire, lunching at Raemoir Hotel Banchory before ending the day for a High Tea at Scone Palace. The Festival raised over £25k for Cancer Research UK, Alzheimer Scotland and the Rotary Foundation.
Further details are on the Perthshire Classic Car Festival website: http://blairgowrieclassiccartour.co.uk You can access the site directly from the links page on this website.
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