Organisers for this years Woodvale Rally should be proud of themselves for putting on such a great event at short notice.
 
Organisers were told the event couldn’t happen at RAF Woodvale due to so called “asbestos on site”??? (If this was the case why do they allow our servicemen & women live and work onsite??)

And despite Sefton Council charging organisers £3,000 for Princess Park (exhibitors parking) Organisers managed pull off what visitors thought was a great show.

There is a free vintage bus service in operate from Birkdale common and Chapel Street station to Woodvale Rally showground.

Parking for this year’s Rally will  be at Birkdale common where there will be a £2 charge for all day car park with a free vintage bus service to and from the showground.

Don’t forget there is also a free vintage bus service in operate from Chapel Street train station, Southport town centre.
 
Tickets are £25 for a family, £10 for adults, £5 for children and £8 for OAPs. At the gate they are  £30 for a family, £12 for adults and £10 for OAPs.

Shopmobility services are also available.

Pictures below are from today’s rally Saturday 28th July 2012

Pictured above is Local Businessman Marcel and son Josh

Security was well organised by local firm Matrix

A Moris Minor

Dancers from Central Stuido entertaind the crowds

Above – Just a mall selection of vintage cars on show

A couple of camp cooks

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