The Saturday road run normally takes in a tour of the World Heritage town of Conwy, via Llanrhos and Deganwy. Further details of the Saturday road run will be available on the Festival Field during the late afternoon. Sunday Sunday sees two major events, there is the annual Crosville gathering of buses, coaches and enthusiasts ancient and modern and the Extravaganza street parade of walkers in costume, cyclists, marching bands, entertainers and traction engines to circle the town. The spectacle lasts almost an hour. On Sunday evening the second road run normally takes place around the celebrated Marine Drive for superb coastal views and most unusual photo-opportunites. The half-way stop by the 'Rest and be Thankful' cafe is a transport spectacular in itself. There will be more information on whether the road run takes place on the Festival field. The Extravaganza street parade around the town is repeated at midday on Monday
The Transport Festival is the largest in Wales and one of the U.K.'s best-loved events. It is held in conjuction with the Victorian Extravaganza. Costume, vintage fairground and a host of attractions combine in a unique annual celebration of transport and entertainment heritage within the town. The two events are linked by a free shuttle-bus service. See web site for the Saturday run Sunday and Monday parades.
Contact Name: Vicci Ricketts for classic cars
Contact Address: Llandudno Transport Festival, 4 Ffordd Celyn, COLWYN BAY. LL29 8RN
View Website: http://www.llantransfest.co.uk
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Standard Admission (£): See organiser
Admission with classic car (£): See web site