This is a SVTEC fund raising event
Welcome to the 42nd Annual Gloucestershire Vintage and Country Extravaganza
The Stroud Vintage Transport & Engine Club stage their 42nd Annual show at South Cerney Airfield on the outskirts of Cirencester in Gloucestershire on August 5th, 6th, & 7th 2016
Thank you to everyone that helped to make the 2015 show such a huge success from our army of volunteers, marshals, trade stands, exhibitors, entertainers, and show visitors, we are incredibly grateful for your support.
The show saw record attendance and many visitors remarked that it was our best one yet. We hope to see you all again in 2016!
Exhibitor entry forms for 2016 Extravaganza will be posted to those attending in 2015 during December by Section Organizers
Chairman, Stroud Vintage Transport and Engine Club
Presentations to the Cobalt appeal fund:
On Wednesday the 20th January 2016 there was a small informal presentation evening to Cobalt representative Julia Jenkins, including a donation from SVTEC presented by our chairman Martyn Slater.
The Cobalt fund raisers for Woodchester and Painswick, Richard Hardwick and John Perkins also presented donations to Cobalt on behalf of their team of volunteers for contributions raised for their work at the Extravaganza and various other activities including a sponsored walk and sales of home made produce.
Members of SVTEC visited the Vale of Berkeley Railway engine shed at Sharpness Docks recently. VoBR personnel made us very welcome and gave a history and development of the railway. We were then given a tour of the engine shed workshops and shown the locomotives and ancillary equipment under restoration. Members were then taken in Mike Ellis's bus to see the site of the original Sharpness Station, where the platforms still remain in dense undergrowth. Members then retired for a pint and ploughmans at the Dockers Club.
It is hoped a diesel locomotive under restoration will be on show at the Extravaganza.
During the visit the VoBR were presented with a donation from the SVTEC charitable fund by Chairman Martyn Slater.
|Entry to the Extravaganza is via Northmoor Lane GL7 5QD only, please follow road signs.
Disabled parking available adjacent to Main public entry gate.
Dogs welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times, please clear up after your dog.
This is a greenfield event, suitable outside clothing and footwear should be worn.
Please note the time of earliest entry each day is 10:00 am.
Latest entry is 4:00 pm and the event closes 5.00 each day