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Classic Cars Return to The Arc

To celebrate the local Classic Car Club of Bury St Edmunds, arc shopping centre is hosting their second year of the Classic Car Show, to allow the Classic Car Club to truly showcase their gorgeous selection of fine cars, dating back as far as WW1.

To celebrate the local Classic Car Club of Bury St Edmunds, Arc Shopping Centre is hosting their second year of the Classic Car Show, to allow the Classic Car Club to truly showcase their gorgeous selection of fine cars, dating back as far as WW1.

This year, the Club will be bringing cars than span the ages, from 1900 up to 2000 and brining more cars too! You are invited to come and experience the collection on the weekend of 22nd -23rd September 2018, between 9am - 5pm on each day. 

Join everyone in Charter Square for cars, competitions and your chance to beat your frineds and family in the four racing simulators! The Classic Car Club are looking to bring along some true corkers, ranging from pre-WW1 to the naughties. Cars will include MG's, Lotus', Jaguars and some from our American friends, including Chevy and Dodge. Keep your eyes peeled to for the very rare, modern classic, Renault Avantime! 

Arc shopping centre will also be holding a competition throughout the weekend to WIN a Radical Race Experience Day, worth over £100, so make sure you enter for your chance to win.

Donations will be made on the day to support the Classic Car Club of Bury St Edmunds charity of the year, which is the Batten Disease Family Association; a charity that supports families with children who are affected by CLN2 disease.

Colin Roberts is the centre manager at arc shopping centre and is very excited about the Classic Car Show returning this year. 

He said “As a huge classic car enthusiast myself, welcoming the Classic Car Club of Bury St Edmunds along to showcase their huge array of beautiful cars for the second time is a dream come true. We have then incorporated this into a weekend of race fun, with our virtual racers, where you can fight for the top spot. We are so happy that this has become an annual event and hope you all come along to visit the classics of Suffolk and to suuport the local Classic Car Club of Bury St Edmunds.”

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