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Old 30-07-2019, 04:16 PM   #1
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Default Taton park 4th August?

Havenít seen much advertised about this event?
Is it still on?
Anyone been before? I believe you just turn up, no booking required, is this correct?
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Old 30-07-2019, 04:37 PM   #2
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It's a great show, but to get your car on display you have to prebook. I think it's full this year but it's worth contacting the organisers to check for sure.
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Great show, be prepared to pay for entry about a tenner I think....and then another tenner to park!
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I'll be there. Always a good day out
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Entry is £9 to the show this year and Tatton Park take another £7 just to park.

Always a great show to get sunburned at.
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It's a great show, but to get your car on display you have to prebook. I think it's full this year but it's worth contacting the organisers to check for sure.
Just looked on website, says payable on the day, no mention of booking.?
Can any clarify?
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Just looked on website, says payable on the day, no mention of booking.?
Can any clarify?
Yeah rock up on day, pay to park and then pay at the gates to get into the show area. Don't think you can pre book? I've been going 20 odd years and have never pre booked.

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Got there, and was asked for my pass?
I said I’m putting it in the for sale area, so they charged me for the entry and the for sale area, but there was definitely some sort of pass I should have had if I were not heading for the for sale area.
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Got there, and was asked for my pass?
I said Iím putting it in the for sale area, so they charged me for the entry and the for sale area, but there was definitely some sort of pass I should have had if I were not heading for the for sale area.
I think you should only need a pass if you want to go into the for sale , showground as in showing your car or are a trader, sorry if I misunderstood your question I thought you just wanted to go as a viewing/paying customer.
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If you wanted your car in the concours or on a club stand you needed to pre book (booking usually opens around easter time and fills up really quick).
You'll then get pass to allow your vehicle entry into the main show field instead of the visitors car park.
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