Rushden Cavalcade comes to town

Rushden Cavalcade: All steamed and ready to go at the 2011 exhibition.
Rushden Cavalcade: All steamed and ready to go at the 2011 exhibition.
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The Rushden Cavalcade will be returning to town in just over a weeks time for its thirty-fifth annual exhibition.

The Rushden Historical Transport Society is organising the event and they are promising fun for all the family.

Rushden Cavalcade: What a picture! l-r Steve Potter and Grant Wright at the Cavalcade in 2011.

Rushden Cavalcade: What a picture! l-r Steve Potter and Grant Wright at the Cavalcade in 2011.

Chairman for the society John Sugars said:” We had around 30,000 people attending in 2011 and we will have thousands of exhibits.

“We we will have free parking and there will be something for all the family.”

It runs from Saturday May 4 to Monday May 6 and will be open from 10am to 5pm everyday. The event will be hosted at the Avenue Road corner of the A6, Bedford Road, Rushden.

The event will include a steam rally, model exhibitions, arts and crafts, military displays, vintage fair rides and more.

Admission cost £7 for adults and £5 for children and concessions. A family ticket for two adults and two children can also be purchased for £20.

Rushden Cavalcade had to be cancelled last year because of bad weather but the society arranged an alternative exhibition.