The Classic 300 LaunchWindsor, 21 May 2017

300 Mile Walk – 300 Teddy Bears Picnic – Start of 300 Classic Run – The Berkshire Masonic Charity’s Reception and Display

This is a wonderful opportunity for family and friends to enjoy the very special privilege of being allowed to use the world-famous Royal Windsor Great Park for the Masonic.

Province of Berkshire to host its very own 300-year celebration as well as hosting the prestigious national start of The Classic 300 Vehicle Run. This will start from the historic Review Ground adjacent The Long Walk and access from the A332 Sheet Street Road (Windsor-Ascot road). The Review Ground is a large grassed area and will provide a first class opportunity to display the cars from

arrival time of 10 am until the official start time when the cars will leave the site to commence a short symbolic run after which they can choose to return to the Park and enjoy the on-going celebrations.

Entrance: Free

Event Venue: Sheet Street road (A332) Queen Victoria’s Review Ground, Windsor Great Park

Gates open: 10.00 am

Project Director: Colin Hayes colin@fjlane.co.uk – 01753 866331

And, if anyone wishes to register to take part with their classic vehicle, they should check out the Classic 300 website https://www.classic300.org.uk/

The Classic 300 Launch Windsor 21 May

300 Mile Walk – 300 Teddy Bears Picnic – Start of 300 Classic Run – The Berkshire Masonic Charity’s Reception and Display

This is a wonderful opportunity for family and friends to enjoy the very special privilege of being allowed to use the world-famous Royal Windsor Great Park for the Masonic.

Province of Berkshire to host its very own 300-year celebration as well as hosting the prestigious national start of The Classic 300 Vehicle Run. This will start from the historic Review Ground adjacent The Long Walk and access from the A332 Sheet Street Road (Windsor-Ascot road).

The Review Ground is a large grassed area and will provide a first class opportunity to display the cars from arrival time of 10 am until the official start time when the cars will leave the site to commence a short symbolic run after which they can choose to return to the Park and enjoy the on-going celebrations.

Entrance: Free

Event Venue: Sheet Street road (A332) Queen Victoria’s Review Ground, Windsor Great Park

Gates open: 10.00 am

Project Director: Colin Hayes colin@fjlane.co.uk – 01753 866331

And, if anyone wishes to register to take part with their classic vehicle, they should check out the Classic 300 website https://www.classic300.org.uk/

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