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  Cars and Coffee Meet Fourth Sunday in each month 9am to 1pm Come along and join our monthly enthusiasts meet. Bring along your classic or modern vehicles together with anything of interest Steam Pump Tea Room open serving breakfasts, hot/cold food, home make cakes and refreshments Unless shown below otherwise the Miniature steam train will NOT be runniing for train rides and “Marshall” the Lilleshall pumping engine will NOT be running, other oil / diesel engines will be running

Come and see Kempton’s great Triple… in miniature! It’s just one of the spectacular models made from that childhood favourite, Meccano. More than a dozen enthusiasts have contributed their magnificent creations to make this the best Meccano display ever… so don’t miss it!

The Oktoberfest is a festival of fascinating vintage mechanical fairground organs and features a host of additional attractions including an Old time children’s fun fair; Craft, trade and produce stalls; Model fairgound exhibition; Hand-turned street organs; Model traction engine rides; Refreshments and real ale bar; and a Display of vintage vehicles by the Brooklands Museum. Plus of course passenger train rides on Mizens 7 1/4 gauge miniature Railway! Sunday October 15th 2017 from 12 noon until 5pm at Mizens Railway, Barrs Lane, Knaphill, Nr Woking, Surrey GU21 2JW

Just what is on sale? Whatever is trundled along which can include: Tractors – Cars – Stationary Engines – Water Pumps – All manner of spares Trailers – Toys – Models – Magnetos – Spanners – Lathes – Books – Paint You never know what – so come along and sell/buy/browse, and above all else make a contact or two. Caterer on site. GOT A SAT NAV ? Then the post code is : HP18 9JX

The Society was formed in 1994 with the purpose of restoring the triple expansion steam pumping engines that remained on the Brede site. Two Tangye engines with their ram pumps and well pumps were installed as part of the original Waterworks concept in 1904. They were joined in 1940 by a third pump manufactured by Worthington Simpson as part of the Darwell Reservoir Project and all three units operated until the end of steam in 1964. Sadly one of the original Tangye pumps was broken up in 1969 but it is very fortunate that the two other examples remain largely intact.Over the years other examples of water pumping engines have been saved and brought to Brede for restoration and display. Acting as a non-profit-making company and a registered charity, the Society’s declared aims are to restore and operate heritage water pumping artefacts from the water industry and to educate the public in the technologies associated with the water pumps and the role they play in bringing safe drinking water to the home. We operate the pumps throughout each open-day. Our Guides will be on hand to tell the story of how the water was drawn from the large wells penetrating […]

This long running established Toy Collectors Fair, started as an Autojumble and Collectors Fair on the 8th November 1980. A previous Autojumble Event had closed on the 7th of May 1979, which had taken place in the Agricultural Hall area of the Maidstone Market. At this period of time, this was a vibrant Cattle, Poultry, Fruit and Vegetable General County Town Market. The success of this Autojumble encouraged the then organisers to arrange another Autojumble for the Saturday 24th October 1981, followed by another booked for the October 1982. During the 1981 event, Jim Mills a trader in Collectable Toys suggested that a Swapmeet was set up. (Toy Fairs were originally Swapmeets, where individuals swapped around items within collections, unlike Toy Fairs which became regular stallholders and dealers) Information on a vacated date was booked for the Saturday 28th February 1982 titled “The Mid Kent Toy Collectors Fair” with following additional dates. The Autojumble section was dropped through lack of support although the Toy Fair continued to trade in the Victorian Agricultural Hall until 1998 when the event moved into the new Market Hall after a major rebuild and redevelopment of the Market area. After 23 years the long standing […]

Saturday 7th October 2017. Large selection of classic and vintage tractor spares, machinery parts, tools, and all manner of workshop and shed clearance items! Held at Langley Farm, Little Clanfield, Oxfordshire, OX18 2RZ. Buyers: £4 each from 8am. Sellers: £20 (up to 7.5T) or £50 (HGV), turn up from 7:30am. No need to book , just turn up. Large array of trade stands present. On site catering provided.  

This family show with a transport theme is now in its 42nd year and prides itself on a friendly welcome. August 26, 27 and 28, 2017 at Broad Farm Hellingly East Sussex BN27 4DS. 1500 exhibits including Classic Cars, Commercials, Military, Farming, Steam Engines, Stationary Engines, Models, Trade Stands, Vintage Fair, Arena Displays, Beer Tent, Food Court. Free Camping for exhibitors with lunch and evening entertainment. Punch and Judy and Face Painting. Public Entry Cost Adults £10, Seniors £7, Children £2, Under 5s Free. Open 9am – 5pm each day.

Saturday 2nd September 2017. Langley Farm, Little Clanfield, Oxfordshire, OX18 2RZ. Full stock clearance! Wide range of tractors, toppers, rollers, chain harrows, diggers, Ifor Williams trailers, agricultural tipping trailers, vehicles (vans etc), transport boxes, hay making machinery, post hammers, tractor spares etc – New & Used! Viewing from 7:30am (subject to change). All items to be sold via unreserved auction by H J Pugh & Co. Full details of the sale (including detailed lot information) will be available from mid-August 2017 from  H J Pugh & Co, Market Street, Ledbury, HR8 2AQ – 01531 631122.

A great weekend to experience the wonderful sounds of mechanical organs from large fairground organs to small hand organs. Milton Keynes Museum will be transporting visitors to the days of fairground fun with the return of its popular Organ Festival this October. Organs were the soundtrack of the fairground, and the music making machines are still a thrill for those who remember the charming machines from their youth. Visitors will be able to hear the historic organs playing just as they used to while youngsters would have soaked up all the fun of the fair with its toffee apples, hoopla and thrilling rides. And the Organ Festival is a fine opportunity to show visiting youngsters the magic to be found – and heard –  with the mechanical players. Many of the exhibitors are travelling to take part in the sound-sational weekend, which is being hosted  7th & 8th October, 11am – 4.30pm From petite music boxes to fairground centre-of-attractions, the museum will be dancing to a decidedly different tune! Some of the organs have been purpose built to continue the tradition, and their creators will be on hand to explain their handiwork. The musical theme continues over in the museum […]

2017 Show Dates – 29th & 30th July 2017 We hope everyone will be able to join us! Dacorum Steam & Country Fayre is held In Aid of The Hospice of St Francis Berkhamsted, with many varied exhibits & 3 event rings – 1 ring for heavy horses, 1 ring for various exhibits and 1 ring for the fire brigade,  lots of family entertainment with side & market stalls, licensed bar & catering with variety of hot and cold food. 2017 Show Dates – 29th & 30th July 2017 Show Your Support by  Advertising or  Sponsoring in  2017 If you are interested in either advertising with us or doing specific  sponsorship for the 2017 show, the details are on the web site. www.dacorummachineryandsteam.co.uk A Big Thank You for your ongoing support of the Dacorum Steam and Country Fayre, as you will see from the picture below, your loyalty to the show has allowed the 2016 donation to The Hospice of St Francis to be £24,000, bringing the total donated so far to £150,000. We are very proud of being able to help our Exceptional Hospice in a very small way. We look forward to seeing you all in 2017 2017’s show […]

Northleach Steam & Vintage Show is Non Profit with funds above the cost of running the show going to Local Charities and good causes. 2nd & 3rd September 2017 Northleach has been associated with steam rallies since as far back as the 1950s. In later years it became known as Northleach Steam and Stationary Engine Show but stopped in 2000 UNTIL 2013 when the show was revived. For more information contact Steve 07765692758 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NorthleachSteamShow

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