Visitor Information



Long Melford Vintage Rally 
 
Has been moved on to July 4th - 5th 2020 

 Telephone Enquiries

07967 366344  

Farm Machinery Preservation Society. 
 


Photographed at the 2017 Rally was this young lady on a Triumph TRW  and judging by the big smile she was enjoying every minute.
 
 
                Find the Rally  Postcode     (to be confirmed)   
      
Rally weather     Click for Sunshine or showers                
               


               
           2020  Admission Costs

 
                                             Saturday July 4th
                         Adults                                    
            Children   under 14    FOC
 
  Sunday July 5th       
            Adults                          
            Children  under 14      FOC
 
If space permits we hope to be able to offer a:-           
            Weekend Pass        
           ( Public Camping/Caravan for two persons
              includes admission to rally both days)  
 
         
  
 
                       
                            

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
        


 Rally News 
 13.02.2019

There is some good news and some not so good:-
Firstly, we have secured a new rally site, but the bad news is that it is not available until next year and, even if it were available, the time needed to organize a rally on a new site is just not there and therefore, no rally this year.

The plan is to put maximum effort into a 2020 rally and, now we have a site, arrangements are already under way.

Rally Date- July 4th - 5th 2020
Location -    Lawshall Suffolk

Watch this site for updates during the coming months.






 Click here for the rally picture gallery.
                            (you will be redirected to the FMPS website

RALLY CONTACT  INFORMATION

General Enquiries    Bryan Mills      07967 366344
  
Email Enquiries       ba.mills@sky.com    


2020 Camping Weekend

If space permits, watch this space.

Contact Bryan Mills
07967 366344
                                             
              



    







 







                                                                                                                                        
  


 
 
  

 
 
 
 
 
  
 
  
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