Shirley’s 1857 potters’ mill in steam driven by the 1820s beam engine with steam generated with a 1903 Cornish boiler. Santa’s grotto. Christmas themed craft activities for children. Artist blacksmith and other activities. Attractive canal side location in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent
20th May 2018 Over a thousand Classic and vintage vehicles, Cars ,Buses, Motorcycles and scooters, tractors, stationary engines. Autojumble and Trade Stands Food stalls and Licenced bar Childrens rides and fun dog show free public parking Public entry £6 per adult – Children under 14 free
Come celebrate the start of 2018 with free vintage bus rides from our Museum to Oxford Parkway, Witney & Woodstock. Sales stalls too.
Saturday April 14th will see approximately eight instruments of varying size and tonality, playing at the Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum. The AGM will also take place here on this day. Free Entry to FOPS Members (usual price is £7.00) so please remember to bring your membership card! Trolleybuses will be giving free rides throughout the day. Lots of interesting vehicles to see and old style village with café! The address is The Trolleybus Museum, Belton Road, Sandtoft, Doncaster, DN8 5SX. More information on this venue can be found on the museums website – http://www.sandtoft.org/ On the following Sunday, there will be a large scale organ festival, with over 20 instruments playing around Reid’s yard and workshops near Thorne. Various instruments from around the UK and Europe will be in attendance including some rarely seen historic fairground organs! The address is Willow Garth, Thorne Road, Hatfield, Doncaster, DN7 6EN. For more information on this venue, or on the event in general, please contact James Reid – 01405 947655 / 07752 288703 / firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.organbooks.co.uk There is also a Facebook page for the event.
Visit Santa is his unique 1953 vintage bus grotto. Free vintage bus rides and games too!
Oxford’s Annual Vintage Transport Festival includes a static display of preserved buses, coaches, cars and commercials, plus frequent free vintage bus trips throughout the day.
The Stonefield, Ballacreggan Farm, Port St Mary, Isle of Man, IM9 5AY