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Minis on the Rec supporting hospice

Heather Harwood won last year's weird object in a car boot competition with a gnomes' garden, complete with tweeting birds

Heather Harwood won last year's weird object in a car boot competition with a gnomes' garden, complete with tweeting birds

CLASSIC and modified cars and bikes will descend on Adur Recreation Ground for Minis on the Rec.

The annual show, run by Brighton Mini Club, is for all types of cars and bikes but the main emphasis is on Minis.

The ‘weirdest object in your boot’ competition is expected to attract a lot of interest, with examples last year including a red tarantula and gnomes garden.

There will also be trade and catering stalls and the regular show and shine competition.

The event, in aid of Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice, runs from 10am to 4pm on Sunday. Entry is free.

David Cutts said: “Last year was a big hit, raising over £3,200 for Chestnut Tree House charity. We saw some fierce competition in the show and shine.

“We had over 20 trade stands, over 20 Car Club stands, sound off area, zorbing, tombola, silent auction, tug of war and a raffle. There really is loads going on.

“The local community are brilliant and the location is fantastic. It is really a great day out for such a worthy cause.”

If you would like to be involved, email David Cutts at dave@invertedcircle.co.uk or visit the Minis on the Rec Facebook page.

 

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