the Bluesmobile, one of the many cars that took part in this year’s Buntingford Classic Car Show
Submitted by Building Relations PR
The annual classic car show in Buntingford, Hertfordshire, which took place on Saturday 4th September, received a generous donation of Â£ 1,000 from home builder Dandara.
Founded in 2000, the Buntingford Classic Car Show is a popular event in the village, attracting a range of rare and exclusive vehicles which in previous years have included a Green Goddess Fire engine, a Â£ 3.5million Ferrari, a Humber Swing Sweat Tonneau from 1904, the last surviving car of its kind, as well as the 440 Dodge Monaco Bluesmobile from the movie The Blues Brothers.
With over 250 classic and quirky cars, motorcycles, tractors and scooters making their way to Tudor High Street in Buntingford, the event is a must-see for vehicle enthusiasts across the UK.
After more than a year of financial uncertainty due to the pandemic, Dandara’s generous contribution has helped the show return this year. The donation was mainly intended for live music artists, rescue workers and marshals.
Graham Bonner, Event Coordinator for the Buntingford Chamber of Commerce, said: âWe are grateful to Dandara for their support which has helped us to make the Buntingford Classic Car Show 2021 an unforgettable event. Without donations like Dandara’s, the event simply could not have happened.
Simon Pendlebury, Director of Sales and Marketing for Dandara Northern Home Counties, said: âWe are proud to support such an exceptional local event through the development of our Keeper’s Chase. We hope our donation has helped the Buntingford Auto Show organize a great event for the community. “
For more information on Keeper’s Chase or other Dandara developments, please visit www.dandara.com.