Tring Carnival Day - Vintage Car Show

Saturday 29th June from 12noon until 5pm
Pound Meadow, Station Rd, Tring, Herts, HP23 5NF

Tring Summer Carnival Day returns to Pound Meadow this June, with stalls galore, a large entertainment arena with live performances, small children's rides, a dog show and event marquee - hosting the all important Tring Brewery bar.
Similar to last year, we are expecting more than 6,000 visitors to celebrate the day with us.

We warmly invite you and your beautiful vintage car to be part of the day and provide that extra glamour. Participation is completely free!
The event theme this year is 'Space', so please do not hold back should you wish to put on that astronaut costume.

The Carnival is officially opened at 11.45am by a roaring High St Parade starting out on Christchurch Road along High Street to Pound Meadow. Local schools, community groups as well as a steam and fire engine will be part of the parade too. We would be very happy if you could join and make it even more spectacular!

If you agree to join us on the showground, you understand that it is NOT possible to leave early for safety reasons. The Carnival is an all outdoor event and Tring Together does not provide covers and cannot be held responsible for any damage to your car. By submitting this form you agree to take full responsibility for your car for the entire event and to ensure utmost safety.

If you book for the High Street parade, you will receive a separate set of instructions from my colleague Mel nearer the event.

If you have any questions please contact

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Parade only! Do you have an open top car and are happy to take a passenger on board?
This could be a VIP e.g. the mayor.
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We will do our very best to meet your requests; however, cannot guarantee this. Requests not stated and made nearer the day of the event may not be considered.
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