The Pembrokeshire Classic Car club was formed in 1983, to promote a local interest in Classic Cars and provide its members with the social element of rallies and meetings with other fanatics. New members are always welcome and the club is open to all owners and enthusiasts (car ownership is not essential). Visit their website for more information and an application form


On Sunday 3rd June the sun shone down on Scolton Manor where the Pembrokeshire Classic Car club held their “Classic Celebration Show”. There was an outstanding range of classic cars, motor bikes, tractors, and lorries along with some auto jumble and a boot sale. Also available was hot/cold food, refreshments and ice cream, along with Children’s amusements, trade and craft stalls. This year’s nominated charities were Paul Sartori Hospice at Home, Wales Air Ambulance and Diabetes Wales.


On the day we assisted with the parking of the general public and also had a small tombola stand at the event. Sandra Dade, Charity Manager for the Paul Sartori Foundation said “We are so grateful to the Pembrokeshire Classic Car Club for choosing us again this year as one of their charities.”


Phil Thompson MBE, Chair of Paul Sartori Hospice at Home said “We are extremely appreciative of the generous support of The Pembrokeshire Classic Car club, they raised £3500.00 for the foundation. This fantastic amount will go back into helping the local community with the wide variety of services offered.”

Pembrokeshire classic Car club cheque presentation



Sandra Dade – Paul Sartori Charity Manager, Steve Wimpory, Treasurer of the Pembrokeshire Classic Car Club and Phil Thompson MBE – Chair of Paul Sartori Foundation.

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