Let the world see your classic at our show!

If you own a classic car or vintage vehicle, then why not bring it to the Footman James Great Western Autojumble on February 14-15 and show it off?

This St Valentine’s weekend, we’re celebrating the Mods and Rockers years at The Royal Bath & West showground, filling the halls with live music, alongside hundreds of traders, clubs and a vast array of stunning and rare vehicles on display… hopefully including yours!

Here are just some of the benefits of bringing your car or classic vehicle along to put on display:


• Every car entered will be judged and in with a chance of winning a trophy or rosette.

• Every entrant will receive free entry to the show for the weekend.

• Every entrant will receive a commemorative limited edition mug.


Please bear in mind that cars do have to be displayed for the full duration of the show (in place for 9am on Saturday until 4pm Sunday).

As the event’s new owner, we’re hoping to develop the February show into a landmark weekend in the classic car event calendar. As well as adding the excitement of rock ’n’ roll to the proceedings, we’re opening a larger hall to accommodate even more traders and clubs with bookings already confirmed to fill the extra space.

A classic motor auction by Dorset-based Charterhouse – a popular and regular part of the Bristol Classic Car Events – will also be taking place. Showgoers attending on Saturday are welcome to browse through the lots waiting to go under the hammer, with entry to the Sunday sale being by catalogue only.


If you’re interested in bringing your classic along to display, click here to download the booking form.

Or, if you’d like to attend but without a vintage vehicle in tow, here’s how you can buy a ticket for the show and save on the gate price!

A one-day adult ticket costs just £8 when bought in advance, a £1 discount on the gate price. For further information about the show, including ticket buying details, visit bccsl.co.uk search for Bristol Classic Car Shows on Facebook or follow @BCCSevents on Twitter.



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