Little Classic Car Show raises money for The Way Youth Zone
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The Little Classic Car Show raised funds for The Way Youth Zone and Penn Hall School in Wolverhampton.
200 people attended the annual event which displayed 30 beautiful classic cars and bikes from across the Midlands at Penn Hall School in Wolverhampton.
If you fancy having a look at some of the cars that turned up take a look at our gallery – our favourite is the tractor:
Steve Parton, the organiser of the event, said:
“The Little Classic Car show is run completely by volunteers who love their cars and want to give back to the community. We’re delighted to have been able to help The Way Youth Zone and Penn Hall School.”
Glenn Evans, Senior Youth Work Manager at The Way Youth Zone, said:
“We can’t thank the team at The Little Classic Car Show enough for raising money for The Way Youth Zone. Without people like Steve and his whole team we wouldn’t be able to help young people from Wolverhampton.”
The Way Youth Zone is a charity for young people based in a £5.5 million purpose built facility. Over 3,500 young people between 8-19 (or up to 25 with a disability) from across the city come to The Way and take part in over 20 activities every night.