The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
CarFest: July 2016
Cross the pontoon at Boleworth and you will enter another world — a world of days gone by!
This year the Vintage Village is back but bigger and better! As one of 2015's most popular features, you'll be taken back in time once again.
For 2016, you can celebrate a journey through history from the vintage 30's through to the swinging 60's and groovy 70's. Step into the village street scene where you'll find market traders, tea rooms (look out for Tattenhall's finest tea lady — Alison), sweet shops, a florist, a vintage bakery, café, saloon bar, hair salon and even a beauticians.
The Car Club displays are a center piece to the Vintage Village. A short stroll around and you'll find the streets lined with perfectly presented cars appropriate to each era, from meticulously prepared Morgan's to pristine Porsches.
Whilst visiting the village, CarFest visitors will be entertained by the wonderful musicians on the Village stage, the re-enactors, dancers, photo booth and interactive display.
So step back in time and enjoy the way it was in the olden days, before heading back into the hussle and bussle of CarFest 2016.
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High St Car Park, MALPAS
Sportsman's Car Park
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