from the success of the first event in August 2013, New Ferry
will be hosting a second Classic Vehicle Day between 9am and 3pm on Saturday
12th July 2014.
Residents Association (NeFRA) is working with New Ferry's Town Team to
try to boost the fortunes of our district centre. The aim is to
provide some added interest that will entice footfall into the centre
that will hopefully benefit our traders and businesses.
Transport Museum has already pledged its support and will be providing
several buses of the type that would have operated from or through New Ferry
in the mid to late 20th century, along with a Green Goddess Fire Engine.
Wirral Classic Car Club has offered several of its vehicles which will
be parked in the pedestrianised precinct for people to have a look at.
More vehicles will be attending than last year.
year we will be extending the event with more attractions. A
temporary stage will be erected outside Lloyds Bank where choirs,
musicians, dancers and other acts will be performing or giving
demonstrations. We will be announcing many of these nearer the
time. However, if you are a small band or group and would like the
chance to perform, we would love to hear from you. We are
particularly interested in young people having the chance to show off
will also be used as a vehicle (pardon the pun!) to promote the charity
Stick n Step who have a branch headquarters in New Ferry. Stick n
Step is a national charity that works with children suffering from
cerebral palsy and their families.
If you own a
classic vehicle and would like to get involved, or would like to perform
in public if you are a singing/dancing group or other suitable act, please ring John Blainey
on 0151 538 6920 or email him at
firstname.lastname@example.org. We can
offer free tea and coffee for vehicle owners on the day, for which we
will issue complimentary passes when you arrive on the day with your
You can also
contact John if you would like to display a poster for us. These
will be available some time during May or June.