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Classics for Carers, the national stay-at-home motor show raising funds for NHS Charities Together, is returning on 20 March 2021.
This time the target is to hit £13,000, enough to build an NHS well-being pod in which staff can take a break, as well as giving classic car enthusiasts an opportunity to share their cars with their local and online communities, whilst showing support for the NHS during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It will be the third such event, during which owners buy event plates and stickers, affix them to their classic cars and ’bikes and, on the appointed day, display their vehicles at home so passers-by can enjoy them, as well as posting photos on social media to be appreciated by the wider motoring community, using the hashtag #classicsforcarers.
In 2020, the May and June instalments raised £17,500 and earned founder Nick Chivers a Royal Automobile Club Historic Award in the Motoring Spectacle category, which he described as, “a true testament to everyone who supported the events of 2020.”
To find out more and how you can get involved on 20 March, click here.