About the Bear Hotel Cowbridge Classics Morning

to be held Sunday 27th September, 2015.

If you have a vintage, classic, unusual car or motorbike, why not join us for free tea and coffee at the Bear Hotel in Cowbridge from 9am to noon. We'd love to see you! Please park on the High Street between the Town Hall and the Market Place. This it a totally free, fun event - just turn up at between 9am and noon for your free (driver and passengers only) coffee or tea in the Bear Hotel. Note: If there is no room to park on hight street please use one of the car parks in town. See you there!

- Simon- Cowbridgeguide      


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Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:

-3.450419 (LONG) // 51.462536 (LAT)

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Bear Hotel Cowbridge Classics Morning Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Simon
  • Organisation: Cowbridgeguide
  • Address: Bear Hotel, High Street, Cowbridge
  • Postcode: CF71 7AF
  • Phone: 07946 23 00 25

Bear Hotel Cowbridge Classics Morning

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