Sunday 2nd July 2017
10am till 4pm

Come down and have the chance to see 100s of classic cars, 30+ trade stalls and try some of the amazing food that is on offer. We also have an area for kids filled with lots of fun activities.

We are now on our 22nd Year!

It is the “Perfick” family day out in the heart of kent’s countryside. It has a warm friendly atmosphere, featuring pre-1990 makes and models of classic vehicles. It has a dedicated “80’s Zone”. (Pre-booked only)

We have ample public car parking. An estimated 800+ classic vehicles are expected at this years show, making it one of Kent’s most popular annual events. This exclusive heartfelt location was used in the making of Yorkshire Television’s well-known series “The Darling Buds of May”. The show is co – organised by The Rover P5 Alive Club and Darling Buds Farm.

Please be aware that the buildings on the farm are now private holiday accommodation, so unfortunately access is not available to the farmyard and buildings during this event, but all the grounds are open for the car show and you are more then welcome to take photographs of the Larkins house from the farm gate.

This Year`s Show Attractions:

  • Pre- 1980’s Cars
  • Club Stand
  • Supercar Display
  • Vintage Fair
  • Military Vehicles
  • Supercar Display
  • Local Produce
  • Falconry Display
  • Local produce
  • Falconry Display
  • Childrens Area
  • Food for all tastes
  • Licensed Bar
  • Air Ambulance

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There is a fee of £15 per car on the day of the event, at which point all passengers will be issued with a wristband to enter the Show Ground. This is a charity donation towards Demelza House and Kent Air Ambulance.

NOTE: No wristband, no entry. There is no parking around the site, and any vehicles parked in lanes/on verges will be removed.

Well behaved dogs are permitted but must be kept on a short lead at all times and you MUST clean up after your dog. Dogs must NOT be left in vehicles at any time, any found will be removed.

All for a good cause! Since the shows inception, we have donated substantial sums raised from admission and entry fees each year to charity. The show is a non profit making and all proceeds go to support the Kent Air Ambulance and Demelza House Children’s Hospice.

The deadline for submitting Classic Car Show Entry Forms has now passed. Those still wishing to exhibit their car at the event will be able to pay on the door, but will need to arrive at 8am, in order to do so.

Thank you and see you soon!