Motor show’s outstanding success in Welwyn Garden City
PUBLISHED: 18:02 24 May 2013 | UPDATED: 12:48 27 May 2013
HERTS Auto Show was an “outstanding success”, according to one of the organisers.
The event, held at Stanborough Park, Welwyn Garden City, featured a variety of motors ranging from vintage to new models.
The day was arranged to raise money for the Make A Wish Foundation, which grants wishes to seriously and terminally ill children.
Lisa Castle, who organised it with her husband Neil, said: “The show was an outstanding success.
“I think it was down to the fact that there hasn’t been a show locally of this kind in quite a while and the fact that it was for charity really did bring out the best in everyone.”
There were lots of other activities for people to enjoy such as a bouncy castle for the youngsters.
A raffle included prizes from organisations including Gosling Sports Park, in Welwyn Garden City, and The Entertainer toy store, in the Howard Centre.
Lisa added: “Everybody is asking us when the next one will be. To which I can say we are already trying to confirm a date.”
The event was held last Sunday, May 19.
* To see pictures from the motor show click on the photo gallery
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