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Slaidburn Steam and Vintage Vehicle Display

Overview

Slaidburn Steam and Vintage Vehicle Display is a free event with some of the best vehicles on display including steam engines, vintage cars, vintage tractors and fairground organs. Live music will also be provided by Phil Knight and Friends on the Saturday night and there is a craft fair to explore. Proceeds from the event go to the British Heart Foundation and North West Air Ambulance. 

Booking details: call 01200 446605 to book.

9th and 10th June 2018 from 10.30am

Price

Free admission

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Slaidburn Steam and Vintage Vehicle Display

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Lat/Lng: 53.966958, -2.430859

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