CCOTF – Frequently Asked Questions

Are Dogs allowed?

Unfortunately, due to the farm being a working farm, dogs are not allowed on the Classic Cars On The Farm field. Dogs are welcomed on the Quay. 

How do I register? 

Email Ashley at with your vehicle details (make, model, registration number), name and contact details. You will then be issued with a number which you need to display on your vehicle when arriving at the show. 

You can also register on the day, you will then be issued with a permit number, please ensure this number is on display at every Classic Cars On The… event that you attend.

Once registered you can attend any Classic Cars On The… event no matter if you are in a different car so long as you are displaying your permit number.

Do I need to register for every event?

No, once we have your details you can turn up at any Classic Cars On The… event, just make sure your number is visible when your arrive for our marshals to book you in, even if you arrive in a different vehicle than the one you originally registered with.  

What time is arrival?

Entry is from 10.30am, you can arrive and leave during any point of the day.

Early Entry for;

9.30am – Big vehicles (fire engines, buses, etc)

9.45am -American cars

10am – Morris Minors and MG

10.30am – Any vehicle

Can you visit the show without a classic car?

Yes, entry for visitors is free.

Where is Classic Cars On The Farm

The farm is located at Pick Your Own Cat and fiddle, Lyndhurst Road, Hinton, BH23 7DS.

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Where is Classic Cars On The Quay?

The Quay is Christchurch Quay, BH23 1BU.

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Do we have to pay to display?

No, this is a free event, although we do ask for donations towards our chosen charity.

Classic Cars On The Farm/Prom/Quay is an independent organisation who use Bournemouth & Poole Preservation Club’s website to host information on their upcoming events. Please contact Ashley with any queries you may have.