An iconic hall near Doncaster is set to play host to a classic car event with motors dating back to the 1920’s.
Brodsworth Hall and Gardens, just outside Doncaster is to showcase almost 200 classic cars tomorrow to tie in with Father’s Day.
The hall has historic ties to glamorous classic cars as former owners Charles and Constance Thellusson had a fascination with speed – seeing cars as experimental, fashionable and convenient.
Some of the cars that the family owned will be on display including the classic 1924 Humber Mole.
Zoe Clark, assistant events manager said: “With the rich history of cars and car ownership at Brodsworth we are thrilled to be putting on this event again this year which just seems to get bigger and better.
“As Sunday is father’s day, it’s the perfect place to step into England’s history and relive the past of this beautiful English Heritage managed site.”
Tickets for tomorrow’s show are priced at £10 for adults, £6 for children and family tickets are £26.
For more information, visit www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/whats-on/classic-cars-for-fathers-day-Brod-21-06-2015/.