Don’t leave it too late

Entries are filling up

It’s May at last and many of us will have finally got our Classic’s on the road again.
Drive-it day is behind us and better weather is ahead.  In just three short months it will be show time in Grange over Sands, and four long years since our last brilliant get together. Our revamped event will have the same great features – a magnificent site, music, catering & stalls, but most of all you and your cars.  In fact we already have a staggering array of vehicles, from 1920’s to modern classics.

If you haven’t already booked for Classics over Sands, now is the time to do it.  Entries have reached two thirds of capacity, so there is plenty of room, but please don’t leave it too late!

Go to our website classicsoversands.org and follow the link to enter your vehicle.

Classics Over Sands is not for profit, and this year supports North West Blood Bikes.

We look forward to seeing you again on Sunday the 7th August 2022.

Geoff and the team

High Society jazz band at Classics over Sands

Once again the High Society Jazz band will be attending Classics over sands on Sunday 7th August, which is probably their longest running “fixture”! However, like our own Classic cars, they can also get rusty, but I’m told their performance will be rust free and highly polished. So make a date in your diary to attend OR enter your Classic vehicle, before we run out of space.

From Morgans to Lambo’s

With OVER 150 cars already entered, here is a flavour of some incredible vehicles you can look forward to seeing.

Amongst the oldest entries in Classics over sands on Sunday August 7th are a couple of similar cars to those owned my my Grandfather pre-war. The first, a 1929 Morgan Super Sports Aero, still used extensivly and a superb example of the marque. Also, but very different, a 1931 Austin 7, known as Jane, one of the cars that saved the Austin Motor Company.

At the other end of the age spectrum, we’ve a 1989 Range Rover, once owned by Queen drummer, Roger Taylor. With an open top and powered hood, this really is a “one off”. Another “famous name” car is a Lamborghini Espada from 1994, owned by none other than Bono of U2 fame.

If you haven’t got around to entering yet, do it now, so you don’t forget!

A feast of classics entered already!

Since entries opened on 10th February, we’ve had a veritable feast of entries, from a 1930’s Rolls Royce to a 1990’s Sierra Cosworth with everything in-between. Over the coming weeks we will be highlighting some of the interesting and unusual, as well as two wheel entries!

Big thanks to the many entrants who added a donation alongside their entry fee, which will be passed directly to our chosen Charity “BLOOD BIKES”

New date announced for Grange classic car show

The new date for “classics over sands” has been agreed as Sunday August 7th 2022.

Some changes this year are a move from the second Sunday to first Sunday in the month, mainly for practical reasons.

Grange classic vehicle takes place, each year, in the beautiful Edwardian town of Grange over sands.  On the towns recreational field, overlooking Morecambe Bay, this is a great day out for all the family

  • Classic cars, from the 1920’s to modern day classics of the 1990’s.
  • Motorcycles from all eras
  • NEW Supercars, such as Porsche, Lotus and Ferrari
  • Refreshments and ice cream
  • Trade stands and autojumble

The show starts at 10am, when the cars start to arrive, by noon we often have over 300 vehicles displayed across the field.  

Entry is just £5 per adult, with accompanied children free of charge.