Kelsall Steam & Vintage Rally

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Kelsall Steam and Vintage Rally takes place on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd June at Churches View Farm, Kelsall Road, Ashton, CH3 8BH

There are lots of things to see:

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a large display of Steam Engines, Vintage and Modern Trucks, Vintage Cars, Motorbikes, Tractors, Stationery Engines, also a large Trade area.

There is Tractor Pulling, a Horticultural Working Field, Shire Horses and Lawn Mower Racing.

On Saturday morning there is a vintage auction and on Sunday there will be two performances by Roberts Bakery Band.

For the children there are the small fair ground rides, Donkey Rides, Punch and Judy show and Face Painting.

This has turned into a real family day out.

Gates open to the Public on both days at 9.30 Admission price £10 Adults £2.50 Children under 5 Free

For more information see the attached and check out the website www.kelsallsteamrally.co.uk or our facebook page

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