British Auto Classic set for comeback to Mandurah

There have been so many requests for it that organisers Event Assist is trying to bring back the British Auto Classic show to Mandurah next year.
There have been so many requests for it that organisers Event Assist is trying to bring back the British Auto Classic show to Mandurah next year.

BETWEEN October 2006 and October 2013, the award-winning, the all-volunteer group Event Assist Inc produced around 15 huge Classic Car events in the Peel Region.

Eight were under the British Auto Classic banner and each one attracted around 10,000 visitors who over time, brought more than $2 million in new expenditure into the region, including financial benefits for local community groups.

After 2013, the group was unable to continue due to a number of factors but after many requests from classic car clubs, individual owners and many past enthusiasts to reinstate the annual event, Event Assist has decided to pursue the possibility of returning the British Auto Classic to its roots in the Peel region next year.

The event is planned to include a huge display of classic British motor vehicles along with public interest displays, a big craft and produce market, an international food court, an all day outdoor variety show and children’s entertainment.

Event Assist is seeking expressions of interest from community groups and businesses wishing to be involved in supporting and promoting the event, in turn, receiving benefits from the project.

The organisation is looking towards obtaining grants and sponsorships to the same level enjoyed in the past and offering again the same benefits from association with the iconic annual event.

Contact Event Assist on 9536 0998, 0409 291 474 or ter.syl-eclv@interphone.net.au

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