Get geared up for Braunton Wheels

Gearing up for Braunton Wheels are Paula Byrom with Ruth Gilson of Mabel's vintage ice creams plus a dalek owned by Tom McCormack of Braunton Mobility, Brum from Children’s TV owned by West Cross Garage, and an MG owned by Jan Lewis. Gearing up for Braunton Wheels are Paula Byrom with Ruth Gilson of Mabel's vintage ice creams plus a dalek owned by Tom McCormack of Braunton Mobility, Brum from Children’s TV owned by West Cross Garage, and an MG owned by Jan Lewis.

Thursday, July 24, 2014
9:03 AM

Don’t miss all things wheeled at Braunton Wheels on Sunday, July 27.

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Braunton Wheels car exhibition is rumbling back into life on Sunday, July 27, filling the Recreation Ground full of a fantastic variety of wheeled vehicles.

These include a wide assortment of vehicles, from gleaming classic cars to flashy super bikes, old tractors to the super-sized ones of today.

The policy is very simple. Anything on wheels can be exhibited, with the new editions this year including banger cars and even an appearance from a dalek!

This truly shows that anything is welcome, so if you wish to exhibit your wonderful wheeled wonder, you won’t feel out of place.

Plus tasty ices from Mabel’s vintage ice-cream van and a huge range of stalls to browse.

Organiser Braunton Caen Rotary Club hopes all exhibitors and visitors enjoy this day-out with all profits from the event will be donated to Exmoor Search and Rescue, whose vehicles will be on show.

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