Organizers have called for this year’s showcase to be postponed after Buckingham Palace announced the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8.
Chearsley Village Classic and Vintage Fun Day was due to take place three days later, but was canceled as a mark of respect for the late monarch.
A spokesperson said the event would not take place during the 10-day mourning period following the Queen’s death “in recognition of her outstanding service to the nation for so many years”.
Now, the classic car show with free entry takes place on Sunday, October 2.
Doors will open for the event at 9:30 a.m. for attendees who have registered a retro vehicle, the event will open to the public at 11 a.m.
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The spokesperson added that “further details will be announced in due course.”
Once again the car show will take place at the Chearsley Cricket Ground on Winchendon Road, parking is also free for visitors.
Among the live entertainment planned for the canceled late summer show was a flypast courtesy of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.
Typically, the event is populated with a series of vendors, and arts and crafts shows are often part of the entertainment events scheduled for young people.
Also accompanying this year’s main attraction are many live musical acts.
Had the event taken place this month, organizers had confirmed a Gin and Pimms tent, barbecue and other food trucks from local organizations.
Each year, a vehicle is named Best in Show following a public vote.
At previous events, real beer tents and a Howes fish and chip van have been set up.
Homemade cakes and tea and coffee stalls are usually set up for customers to enjoy.
The money raised from the free boon goes to support the local cricket club.
Specifically, the funds raised will be used to support the people who run the junior cricket teams at the Aylesbury Vale sports institution.