About the South Wales Car Festival

to be held Sunday 8th August, 2021.

We are a new exciting Super Car Show in South Wales based at Chepstow Racecourse. The day will be a mixture of various vehicles on display including Supercars, commercial, vintage, car clubs, motor cycles and much more. As well as cars we will offer something for the whole family including bars, street food, kids corner, live music, entertainment, craft stalls and local produce. All funds raised will help fund the amazing work of our local hospice, St David’s Hospice Care.

- Beth Harrington- St Davids Hospice Care      


 

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South Wales Car Festival Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Beth Harrington
  • Organisation: St Davids Hospice Care
  • Address: Chepstow Racecourse, St Lawrence Road, Chepstow
  • Postcode: NP16 6BE
  • Phone: 01633 851 051

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