Lancaster Insurance sponsors annual charity event ‘Classic & Supercars, Sherborne Castle’
We are delighted to announce that Lancaster Insurance, sponsors of the UK’s largest Classic Car Show at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, has agreed to be the Headline Sponsor for Classics and Supercars, Sherborne Castle.
This prestigious sponsorship recognises that the charity event, now in its 14th year, is regarded as one of the premier classic and supercar shows in the South of England. For the first time the show will be a two-day event, with over 2,000 cars exhibited from chain driven-veterans to the latest supercars. This year’s Marque Feature will be Mercedes-Benz, a comprehensive display of historic and classic cars will be presented. There will be auctions from Charterhouse Auctioneers, live Jazz and performances from the 1930s girl group Hotsie Totsies throughout the weekend, so there’s something for everyone.
The recent Lancaster Insurance national press release stated:
‘Lancaster Insurance is thrilled to be extending its event sponsorship portfolio by announcing its headline sponsorship of the ‘Lancaster Insurance Classic & Supercars’ – Sherborne Castle. Taking place at this famous Dorset Castle, the annual event will be held over two days (15th/16th July) for the first time due to demand and will once again be raising money for a range of national and local charities including Cancer Research UK.’
Richard Morley, Divisional Head at Lancaster Insurance, comments: “When we were asked to be involved with this event, it seemed a perfect fit for us and a great one to add to our existing sponsorship. The event showcases a great variety of models and marques and with this year’s new elements, is truly interactive for the enthusiast. Knowing the event makes an incredible amount for charity, tops it off.”
Stuart Annett Show Secretary of ‘Classic & Supercars Sherborne Castle’ comments: “We’re delighted to have Lancaster Insurance on board; together we have great experience putting on events and this year’s show is set to be bigger and better. For 2017, visitors will be able to purchase tickets in the run up to the event and we’ll announce details in due course.”