Planning underway as Lymm Historic Transport Day set to return for 2024


BUILDING on the success of the fun-packed day last summer the fantastic Lymm Historic Transport Day planning is underway for the return of the popular event on June 23.

Raising money for local charities, supporting local businesses and with something for everyone Transport Day has established itself as one of the must-visit events of the summer.

This year will be bigger and better than ever with over 400 historic vehicles, among them exciting attractions including an authentic Roman Chariot, as well as famous cars from the movies, airplane cockpits, agricultural vehicles, motorbikes, bicycles, canal boats, steam engines, model trains and of course cars from all eras.
Interest is high for people to show their vehicles, but there is still time to apply if you would like to participate.
There is also the opportunity for traders to hire a plot, which with around 10,000 visitors it is an excellent opportunity to reach out to new and existing customers, we have many returning independent businesses who enjoy the friendly family atmosphere of the day.

If you are interested in taking part or having a plot for your business you can apply at, , but hurry as spaces are going fast!
All of this would not be possible without the support of their amazing volunteers, if you are interested in giving a helping hand and getting some free tickets in return please drop them a line at [email protected]

Lymm Historic Transport Day

Large crowds gathered on the lymm May Queen Field – Picture John Hopkins


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