The annual Hertford Town Council community event, ‘Cars at the Castle’ will take place on Sunday 6th June from 12noon to 4pm.
This family friendly free car show will have hot and cold food concessions and a bar.
The cars will be exhibited on the lawn, with Hertford Castle as their backdrop. Hertford Castle will be closed to the public on this occasion, but with over 35 cars to look at there will still be plenty to see.
During the event, the Mayor of Hertford, Cllr Bob Deering, will be judging and awarding trophies to the car owners. The categories include best paint work, best interior, best post 1970 car, best pre-1970 car, best British and best foreign car.
Councillor Bob Deering, Mayor of Hertford said: "I had the honour of judging the cars the last time we held Cars at the Castle, so I know from first-hand experience that it is a great event. We get a terrific range of vehicles and some very nice owners and car enthusiasts too. It is a really enjoyable afternoon so do come along if you can".
COVID-19 Secure Event
In line with Government guidance, amendments to the event will be taken to enable visitors to safely attend this event. These include the introduction of a one-way system allowing visitors to view each exhibit and ensuring everyone remains at a safe social distance. Guests will be allowed to enter the event in groups of up to 10 (ten) friends and family at a time and will be expected to adhere to social distancing rules at all times. Guests will also be required to provide details for test and trace as per Government guidelines. Please see the website for full event terms and conditions (https://www.hertford.gov.uk/events-listings/).
The organisers are awaiting further clarification and Government guidance to see whether any further alterations or relaxation of rules are needed. Please check event updates on the Hertford Town Council website and social media before attending.