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Win tickets to classic and sports car festival

Posted onPosted on 20th May

The Wonderland Classic and Sports Car Festival is returning for a 21st year — and will be celebrating the Best Of British cars in a display tribute for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

The annual event at Ferry Farm, Hoveringham, on 25th and 26th June, will also include live music on the Saturday evening and the chance to meet VIP guest Sarah ‘Crabbers’ Crabtree, formerly of television show Bangers & Cash, on the Sunday.

And you could be there free thanks to this competition. The News Journal has six pairs of tickets to give away as prizes.

To enter, simple answer the question:

Which celebrity guest will be appearing at the Wonderland Classic & Sports car Festival 2022? Sarah Pascoe, Sarah Crabtree or Sarah Ferguson.

Send your entries to News Journal, Wonderland Car Festival Competition, Chadburn House, Weighbridge Road, Littleworth, Mansfield, NG18 1AH or email [email protected], marking your message News Journal Wonderland Car Festival Competition, before 15th June.

There will be free entry on the Saturday, dubbed preview day, from noon to 8pm. A Car Of The Night trophy and prize package will be awarded at 8pm.

On the Sunday, Sarah Crabtree (pictured) will be promoting her new venture, Evoke Classics, and her role as ambassador for the Sustainable Skills Network with the Association of Heritage Engineers.

Judging on ‘Show ‘n’ Shine’ Day, from 10am to 4pm, includes categories for vehicles from around the world that were manufactured or registered before 31st December 2010, including British classics, American ‘Muscle’ cars; and a display of European classic and sports car legends.

There will be models from across the Ford range, custom cars, Rods, vintage cars, modified cars and vehicles of special interest (kit cars, military and commercial vehicles).

A selection of cars from the Derbyshire Great British Car Journey collection will be part of the Best Of British display, which will feature cars built in Great Britain from 1952 to 2022.

Go to for more information.