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Frankie’s Classic Car & Bike Fest yesterday took place at the Ford Technical Centre in Dunton, Essex yesterday. The annual event has so far raised £20,000 from the day and the organisers are still counting the proceeds...
The Frankie's car and bike festival was in aid of Saint Francis' Hospice, a local charity that helps people from all walks of life. My friend Alan Mason has organised the event since it started back in 2012 and I can't think of many better ways to spend a Sunday morning. To celebrate the Ford Mustang over seventy American classics and new models turned up for their own separate display on the test track, the total for the show was over 500 cars and bikes with thousands of people in attendance.

Among all of the classic and modern Fords were also other iconic cars, these included American muscle cars, Alfa Romeos, BMW's and a mix of bikes. The days entertainment was provided by a mix of bands, raffles, car parts and accessories and food stalls. The total raised on the day was in excess of £20,000 which brings the total over £120,000 since the show started six years ago.