Hebden Bridge Vintage Weekend will pull the crowds

Sunday at Hebden Bridge Vintage Car Weekend, Calder Holmes Park. Haydn Waldron, left, and Ray King.
Sunday at Hebden Bridge Vintage Car Weekend, Calder Holmes Park. Haydn Waldron, left, and Ray King.

It’s nearly time to roll back the years for the annual Hebden Bridge Vintage Weekend.

Now in its 34th year, the event is well-established as a premier attraction for the display of hundreds of veteran, vintage and classic cars, motorcycles and military and commercial vehicles.

Hebden Bridge Vintage Car Weekend, Calder Holmes Park.

Hebden Bridge Vintage Car Weekend, Calder Holmes Park.

Owners and spectators will flock to the event tomorrow and Sunday, held in Calder Holmes Park and organised by the Rotary Club of Hebden Bridge, to get up close to the exhibits

Nick Cooper will be showcasing two vehicles at the event this weekend - a 1966 Chevrolet Corvette and a 1966 Citroen DS21, first registered in Paris. During restoration, this particular car was found to have a hidden panel on the inside of the passenger front wing. Les Roper, another exhibitor, will be at the event with his 38-year-old 350SL Mercedes, which has been lovingly restored over the past 13 years by his brother.

The weekend promises to be another unforgettable one for the event. All funds raised by the Rotary Club of Hebden Bridge support a variety of charities.