The annual classic motor show known as ‘Wheelnuts’ is staged in the beautiful grounds of St Rose’s each spring. It has become a very popular event attracting large numbers of owners, with their unique and magnificent vehicles, as well as a large and appreciative crowd of admirers and enthusiasts. Together they celebrate all that is excellent in motor transport down through the ages.
The event has raised substantial funds which has allowed St Rose’s, along with help from the Variety Club of Great Britain, to replace its aged minibuses. Our children and students use them to go out and about in the community, visiting places of interest, attend sports events and take part in other leisure activities.
Now in its 15th Year, Wheelnuts it is a truly amazing array of hundreds of classic cars and motor vehicles from motoring’s earliest days.
Getting bigger and more popular every year, the annual Classic Motor Show ‘Wheel Nuts 2018’ will be held in the beautiful grounds at St Rose’s in Stroud, on Sunday 5th May. This marvellous event attracts motor enthusiasts from all over the region and is not to be missed, with over 450 Classic Cars and Motorcycles. There is something for the whole family and it’ is a great day out, not just for the ‘petrol heads’ amongst us. This major event draws crowds who come to admire the beautiful cars and motorcycles of days gone by with exhibits from as far back as the early days of motoring, to the prestigious cars of today.
Applications for the motor show will open in January.
To keep up to date with all the latest news about Wheelnuts like our Facebook page for regular updates.
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