The Tewin Classics Show on Sunday was an amazing success with over 150 classic cars on display and many excellent stalls too. David Gregg and the Friends of Tewin have built up the event so that it is now a “must” for the classic car owner and enthusiast. The turn out was excellent even with local boy Lewis Hamilton on the TV in the European Grand Prix and England winning the Ashes. I went along with my daughter Sarah and really enjoyed seeing the cars, particularly the MGs. When I was younger I had an MGB and there were some fine examples on show. Some of the cars were much older with an MGP from the 1930s and MGAs too
But the range of cars was huge with a Ferrari Dino, old Rolls’s, a Ford Thunderbird, a Consul, the old Rover 3500 and many others. The St Albans’ Morris Men were doing their traditional dances too.
The photos show (1)Brian Farrett with his MG and me, Linda Crawford (Chair) and John Sheridan (Vice Chair); (2) me and David Gregg