About the Swansea Festival of Transport Road Run and Static Show

to be held Sunday 21st June, 2020.

Swanseas Classic Vehicle Show is a fun filled day for all the family. There’s plenty of variety on display for the enthusiast including cars, motorcycles, scooters, commercial vehicles, agricultural vehicles, buses and military vehicles. The Festival, in its hay day, attracted more than 400 plus vehicles and more than 4,000 visitors from all over the region and further afield.

- Paul Whittaker      


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Ian Sharrock

Can I just turn up on the day with my car

what time is start/finish

Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:

-3.945074 (LONG) // 51.618458 (LAT)

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Swansea Festival of Transport Road Run and Static Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Paul Whittaker
  • Address: Streets of Swansea City Centre, Swansea
  • Postcode: SA1 3QW
  • Phone: 07860 40 6834

Swansea Festival of Transport Road Run and Static Show

Within a radius (as the crow flies) of 12 miles:

#3.1 miles   SW A7 Pudding Run
#3.1 miles   SHVR Annual Autojumble
#10.2 miles   Margam Park Boat Jumble
#10.3 miles   SHVR Classic Car Brunch


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