On Saturday was the inaugural Pangbourne Classic Car Show in the grounds of Pangbourne College. This event was put on by the DT department with some students at the college who have been restoring a 1970 Bond Equipe. This allowed the students to see a number of other classic cars and meet their owners.
It was not widely advertised and I did not spot it in any of my usual searches for something to do. However listening to BBC Radio Berkshire on Saturday morning it was part of a section called the Peach Quest where local reporters go out in the radio car and report back to the station and the people in the studio have to guess where they are. A quick Google gave me the answer.
When I got there I was not disappointed as there were 90-100 classics lined up on display. I was able to move freely amongst the cars and talk to the owners. There was a roped off area for particularly expensive examples where the public were not allowed to get too close.
Unlike some previous events that I have attended this was not a mud bath and I was able to get around on tarmac and firm manicured lawns. The event was sponsored by H. R. Owen who had kindly brought along some vehicles to add to the display. Admission was free for both exhibitors and the public. There is a selection of photos in the image gallery or by clicking the picture here.