The Rotary Club of Bath’s Festival of Motoring will be back again this year for Father’s Day weekend, June 17th and 18th.
The family-friendly charity event – which last year gave over 6,000 visitors the chance to get up close and personal with hundreds of vintage and classic cars & motorbikes, as well as some of the very latest high-performance supercars – is being held at the Walcot Rugby ground in Lansdown, opposite the Park & Ride.

As well as the chance to admire over 600 stunning motorcars and motorbikes, the Festival also features live music, a model aircraft display, fairground rides, a huge choice of freshly prepared food and the chance to take the road trip of your dreams in one of the latest prestige models, such as a Porsche, Ferrari or Mercedes.

All money raised will be donated to two main charities: 
– Freewheelers, which provides volunteer motorcyclists who transport blood and other essential life saving products around the country

– Time to Share, an organisation which arranges support and services to improve the lives of disabled children in Bath.

Rotary’s Simon Spalding commented, “The Festival of Motoring is Bath’s very own celebration of all things motoring. There’s something for every member of the family – and it’s a great way to give Dad or Grandad a special treat for Father’s Day too.“

Tickets cost £10 for adults, £5 for children aged 5 to 16, while family tickets for 2 adults and up to 3 children cost £25. These can all be bought online at