25th Leighton Hall Classic & Performance Motor Show
Classic & Performance Motor Show at Leighton Hall presented by Footman James run by Great British Motor Shows
Sunday 7th July 2024
Leighton Hall in Carnforth is nestled against a backdrop of the Lake District fells and the beautiful west coast not far from Lancaster and the M6. Such a backdrop is perfect to display a huge selection of classic vehicles, including classic cars, Land Rovers, motorcycles, vans, kit cars, custom, modern classics, trucks, 4x4s, military vehicles and commercials. Great British Motor Shows are delighted to be back at the beginning of July for what has proven to be a very popular show.
There’s an array of enthusiasts who‘ll be showcasing their pride and joy on Leighton’s terrace and park with a chance to talk to the owners and swap top tips and stories. Browse plentiful trade stands and the ever-popular auto-jumble for the chance to pick up that elusive bargain or spare part. Then sit and relax to highlights of the classic car world with full arena displays and commentary throughout the day.
There’s plenty for everyone in the family to look forward to, as Leighton boasts acres of parkland and gardens, a nineteenth century walled garden, woodland walks and children’s discovery trails. House tours are available on a limited basis and can be booked as part of your VIP experience ticket online. Further venue information, please visit www.leightonhall.co.uk
Visitors are invited to use the gardens, stroll through the woodland walk and enjoy the tree face trial. There’s plenty of outdoor activities to keep the children happy including the caterpillar maze, Bee corner, insect hotel, brass rubbings and play area.
Private classic cars are warmly welcome.
Book your exhibit: To exhibit your classic vehicle book online or download the booking form. Please note, you can book post 2008 exhibits for classics or any age for motorsport, modified, supercar or hypercars online. Discounted exhibit tickets available when booked online – early bird rates available to January & March
What you need to know:
Where: Leighton Hall, Carnforth, Lancashire LA5 9ST
When: Sunday 7th July 2024
Public Entry Times: 10:00am-4:00pm
Exhibitor Entry Times: 7:30am-10:00am
Trader Entry Times: 7:00am-9:30am
Prices: Adults £12.50 (£20 VIP Entry including House Tours – limited availability) Accompanied children (3-15yrs) £5, Family (2 adults + up to 3 children) £30. Discounted exhibit tickets available when booked online – early bird rates available to January & March. Admission includes entry to Leighton’s’ grounds and gardens. There is a small additional charge for tours of the house and tickets must be prebooked through www.leightonhall.co.uk.
Tickets: Tickets for admission and exhibitors can be prebooked on this website.
Additional info: Well behaved dogs on leads welcome, but not in the garden areas. Free and ample parking. Ample catering and refreshment facilities onsite.
Directions: Leighton Hall is situated 10 minutes drive from the M6, exit 35. Do not use Sat Nav instructions. For the best route, simply follow the brown tourism signs from the M6 junction 35 with the A6.
Extras: Autojumble/trade plots £35 each (£30 if booked in advance online) call for details.
Exhibitor Entry: Advanced bookings are discounted from the normal entry price and will close at least 7 days prior to the show date or maybe earlier depending upon numbers – Discounted exhibit tickets available when booked online – early bird rates available to January & March
Guided Tours on the day
Let our knowledgeable and friendly guides lead you through the years with the tales and anecdotes of the house and family, at times serious at other times not so serious but always reflecting the true actions, activities, occurrences and consequences of the periods.
This house, a true gem in the heart of Lancashire, has influenced so much in the county and yet remains unspoiled and a genuine reflection of Lancashire’s turbulent history.
We are carbon off-setting your visits and our operations to ensure all our shows are Carbon Neutral – Find out more here