We are delighted to announce a new exhibition area which will be available exclusively for car clubs and special groups. The Paddock, a new gated area is located in the prime spot next to the Museum. In the future it will be an exciting addition at the popular Haynes Breakfast Club, with car owners invited to take part in special displays each month, starting with a 1960s theme on 5 September.
This 1960s showcase will be one of many special displays of visitor’s cars as the event grows. The 1960s was the decade when motoring finally shrugged off the shadow of pre-war design, it was the era of iconic British cars like the Mini and the Jaguar E-type. Today, cars of the sixties continue to represent style, design, and nostalgia in equal measure which is why we have chosen this decade as our first featured theme.” - Chris Copson, Head of Collections.
Calling all 1960’s vehicle owners - register your interest
If you would like to display your 1960s car or motorcycle in The Paddock at The Haynes Breakfast Club on Sunday 5 September, please register your interest in advance. Spaces are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The event is ticketed, with a £5 entry fee per vehicle (the same cost as a Haynes Breakfast Club ticket). Please contact Charmaine Craig via firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest and for more information.
Have your say on future themed displays
Which car marques or era would you like to see featured in The Paddock at Haynes Breakfast Club? Email your ideas to email@example.com.