Visitor Information

Long Melford Vintage Rally 
1st and 2nd of July 

Organised by the Farm Machinery Preservation Society. 


10am- 5pm both days

May we thank all  exhibitors and traders who had entered the 2016 rally only to be disappointed because of the cancellation, we hope to see you all back next year (weather permitting!)
                Find the Rally  Postcode CO10 9AA Click for map       
Rally weather     Click for Sunshine or showers                 

           2017  Admission Costs

                                             Saturday July 1st
                         Adults                        £ 8.00            
            Children   under 14    FOC
  Sunday July 2nd        
            Adults                          £ 8.00
            Children  under 14      FOC
            Weekend Pass        £ 40.00
           ( Public Camping/Caravan for two persons
              includes admission to rally both days)  
  All Telephone Enquiries 01245 420168 
information about the Melford Rally or the Farm Machinery Preservation Society:-
  click on the link.
   for more information about the
Farm Machinery Preservation Society.

2017 Rally News 
  The 2017 Rally is very much in the planning stage but the date is confirmed and the location will be in the grounds of Long Melford Hall. As more information becomes available it will be posted on this site.

2017 Camping Weekend
Bring your Caravan, Motorhome or Tent and stay from Friday to Monday.
Just £40.00 for two adults
(children free) 
includes rally entry for both days.
Contact Bryan Mills
01440 422356
                                            (entry form coming soon)



The Gypsy Caravans are popular with the public and some travel considerable distances to attend the rally.

A very rare Sentinel Steam Wagon 

Vintage and Classic cars are always well represented and this Alvis is among the finest.
Classic vehicles come in all shapes and sizes and this coach is typical of the standard of exhibits at the Melford Rally.

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