We are now FULL for 2017
As well as the aerial side of the event, the Little Gransden Airshow includes strong participation from various vehicle clubs and private vehicle owners who bring along their rare, vintage or classic cars, lorries, tractors, PSVs and motorcycles.
Previous years' participation has included impressive display of hundreds of vehicles covering the full spectrum of ground based transport from 100 year old steam through vintage, classic and modern vehicles, motorcycles and supercars, we also have a great vintage military vehicle display area with drivers in period dress to match!
To see what vehicles are expected to be attending, please click here for the vehicle participation list!
Bring your vehicle!
You are welcome to bring your Rare/Vintage/Classic Car, Lorry, Tractor, PSV or Motorcycle to the event supporting the BBC Children in Need Appeal 2017 subject to prior booking only. Due to space limitations all owners must prebook their cars via the application form found using the link below.
We aim to make the 2017 event as successful as last year for all to enjoy. For the 2017 event we will be again requiring a £10 entrance fee to cover the car, driver and one passenger, with further passengers paying £10 per adult and £5 per child, from all vehicle owners, prepaid. This goes towards the cost of staging the show and in turn increases the net proceeds for the 2017 Children in Need Appeal.
Sorry but we are now FULL for general vehicles though we have a little space left for military vehicles.
If you wish to take part in this event, please complete this application form. The application form is in Adobe PDF format - you may need Adobe Acrobat Reader or Foxit PDF Reader to view/print it (available to download for free from the buttons to the right). Please return the form to us at the address given on it by 31st July, 2017 - please include a stamped addressed envelope (at least 4" x 8.5" to enable us to return passes and posters, etc. to you). It is first come, first served on booking so don't hang about!
Passes and arrival details have been sent out. If you have not received yours by 9th August please contact Damien Burke via the contact page.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CLUB STANDS
If you wish to show as part of a club stand, contact your club representative to make one overall booking via the club - no individual forms for each club stand participant please!
We limit the club stands to a maximum of 10 cars on any one stand. This is to ensure we retain enough space for the visiting public and comply with relevant Health and Safety recommendations. The allocation of club stands will be on a first come first served basis and we only have space for so many.
Please note that the limit of individually entered vehicles is 200 (not counting vintage motorbikes, ex-military vehicles or vintage/veteran commercials which are parked in a different area), and all vehicles need to be in position by 10:00 AM. If you arrive later you will be parked in the public car park - this is not negotiable! You may arrive from 8:00 AM; on the application form you will find a series of preferred time slots. This is to allow us to try and manage the entry of vehicles on to site and alleviate the traffic jams of past years. We will confirm with your passes which slot you have been allocated.
No vehicles will be permitted to move on the showground until the flying display has ceased at approximately 17:15 PM, with the exception of emergency vehicles. Sadly, in previous years, we have had some vehicle exhibitors get very rude with the stewards and some dubious emergencies! We do not expect a repetition of this, and anyone acting in this manner will never be invited along again. We regret having to take these measures however we must comply with the rules imposed on us if the event is to be allowed to take place. These restrictions are due to the high density of public we have compared to other shows of similar nature. We have everything except space!
To the many of you that have supported us at Little Gransden over the years, THANK YOU very much and long may it continue!
With kind regards,