Posted: 13.09.21 at 17:21 by Jack Lenton
Residents turned out in their droves to enjoy the return of Biddulph's Classic Car Show at the weekend.
The show usually takes place in the town every year, but like most things, the event did not take place last year due to Covid restrictions. However, it was back better than ever for 2021!
The free show was held on Biddulph High Street on Saturday, 11th September from 2pm - 5pm, and a wide range of vehicles were on display.
Prizes were awarded for the best vehicles in each category, and a range of other entertainment and activities were also available to enjoy.
A spokesperson for Biddulph Town Council said: "We have really missed hosting events in the town. This is starting to feel more ‘normal’!
"The High Street was buzzing and we awarded Mr Evett the Best in Show for his fantastic Durant Star.
"The Roger Snelson Memorial cup was awarded by Emma Mason, daughter of the late Roger Snelson - a much missed friend of Biddulph and the motoring community, from a long-standing business in the town.
"A lovely end to a fabulous day; thank you to all who made it such a success."
Residents have also praised the show, with one saying: "It was nice to see the High Street so busy."
Another added: "An enjoyable afternoon - well done to all involved."
While a third commented: "Great afternoon - thank you Biddulph Town Council."
For the full gallery of pictures, please visit the Biddulph Town Council Facebook page here.
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