Tuesday, July 23, 2024


Trade stalls are still available for the popular South of England Classic Show at Ardingly, near Gatwick, on 31 July.

Billed by its organisers as “an ideal place to meet with new classic bike customers, make sales or showcase your services”, the autojumble provides a cost-effective opportunity to sell end-of-range items, returns and overstocks, from hard parts to clothing and accessories. 

The organisers will also promote news from all booked traders, such as their services, stock and special offers, through the event’s official website, Facebook page and customer mailshots.

Held at the South of England Showground, the event centres around the Queens Jubilee Hall, which will be packed with display bikes and club stands. The nearby Abergavenny Building offers an array of stalls, including traders, specialist service providers, jumblers and private garage clearances, with even more to browse under cover in the adjacent Robins and Young Farmers Buildings. Outdoor pitches also the routes connecting the buildings, including a range of caterers. 

The South of England Showground can be found at RH17 6TL – eight miles from M23 junction 10, and clearly signposted. 

Gates open to the public from 10am on Sunday 31 July and tickets cost £7 for adults. Accompanied children under 16 get in for free. Earlybird admission from 7:30am is available for £10. Tickets are available online or visitors can pay by card or cash at the gate. Parking is free.

For more details, browse www.elk-promotions.co.uk


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