This Year’s Event was held on
Sunday 25th June 2023
and we raised £3801 for the Thames Valley Air Ambulance
- Displays in the field opposite the church and at Yattendon Garage
- Prizes for Best in Show
- Food and drink in the display field
- Vintage-style teas available in the village hall
- Vintage stalls in the village hall and in the display field
- The Royal Oak open all day for fine food and drink
- The Renegade Brewery and Tap Room is just down the road for great beer and food in a working brewery
- Yattendon Stores open for sandwiches and general items
Next year’s date will be announced ASAP!
This year, we asked for a voluntary donation of £2.00 per vehicle from display entrants and our visitors – this was to fund the Public Address System we have been advised to install due to the success of this event and the volume of visitors and other additional expenses. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO CONTRIBUTED ON THE DAY AND VIA PAYPAL
Donations can be made by cash on the day, or ahead of the event via
PayPal to: YCVDay
We were delighted to welcome this year:
Aston Martin owners Club displaying in Yattendon Village square
The Porsche Club GB, Region 19 displaying at the Renegade Brewery
Cavalier & Chevette Club displaying in the main area
All proceeds go to the Thames Valley Air Ambulance. It costs £2.2 million to keep TVAA flying every year. When you or your loved one’s life is at risk they will deliver unique life-saving service to you wherever and whenever you need it.
TVAA receive no Government funding and are not supported by the National Lottery. Your support will help keep them flying night and day, 365 days a year, and able to deliver this unique life-saving service to patients where and when it is most needed.
We raised £3801 for the TVAA this year!
All vehicles must be road taxed and insured as required by law. Participating under the influence of drugs or alcohol is strictly forbidden. Attendance indicates understanding and acceptance of the above and you agree to comply with the rules and regulations of the Road Traffic Act of 1st July 1992 which applies to public places (i.e. car shows) The show and site organisers are unable to accept any liability for any damage, loss or injury to entrants, visitors, their vehicles and property howsoever caused.