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Saturday 18th September, 2021  -  Sunday 19th September, 2021 Weekend Show September, Worcestershire No comments yet.

About the Stoke Prior Steam (Hanbury) Rally

The event has been cancelled by the organisers.

Located about 25 miles southwest from Birmingham is Stoke Prior, a village in the parish of Stoke in the Bromsgrove District of Worcestershire. And just off A38 (Stoke Road) and Hanbury Road is the site of the renowned Stoke Prior Steam Rally

This two-day event will feature hundreds of Steam Machines, miniatures, vintage farm tractors, historic caravans, and many other exhibits.

Expect to be surprised at the unusual events over the two days. Past shows have featured traditional American Indian Dancers complete with teepees and feathered headdresses. Dr. Busker will keep you entertained in the evening with some rowdy, perhaps risqué tunes, so make sure to keep the beer tent in your sights. There will be the usual steam rally attractions with events in the arena and fairgrounds and maybe even an owl display.

Shakespeare's Rally Promotions

It was a day of great sadness when we learned of the recent passing of Rally Organiser Keith Shakespeare. His "larger than life" character will certainly be missed at the various rallies around the country. His daughter Liz along with her Mum have taken over as leaders to keep the rally going for many more years. (December 2019)

Entry To The Rally

The gates will open at 10:00 a.m. each day, and exhibitors are urged to download the entry forms available online. Admission is £8.00 for adults, children from 5 to 15 years of age can enter for £3.00, for OAPs the fee is £7.00. A family ticket is £16.00 for a family of four (two parents and two kids)

Somewhere to Stay in Worcestershire

Public Camping is available for those wishing to make the rally a weekend event, but be sure to download the Camping Application form available online and send it in early as the pitch sites will fill up quickly. The cost is £30.00 for a single night or £60.00 for a three-night stay for your RV or tent. If camping does not fit your plans there are many two, three, and four-star hotels along the M5 from the basic Travelodge in Droitwich, a 2-star hotel, or the Richmond Guest House rated as excellent by online reviewers.

Getting To Little Intall Fields

Drivers will take M5 to Junction 5, exit 38 toward Droitwich. Make a right turn at the first road and pass under M5 to the roundabout and onto Stokes Road heading in a south-easterly direction. Stokes Road turns into Shaw Lane, and in 1.5 miles you will reach your destination. If you are arriving from the A38, drive to Stoke Heath and make a left turn onto Hanbury Road and then a right turn into Shaw Lane. Parking is available.

Other Things To Do Around off Hanbury Road

Very close to the Stoke Prior Rally site is Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings, an open-air museum of rescued buildings that spans over 700 years of history. And if you have a hankering to see Oliver Cromwell's death mask, take a short trip into Worcester to The Commandery that some say was founded as early as the year 1085.

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Check with the event organisers about the policy for dogs, handicapped accessibility, and any other detail you may be concerned about. And remember that The Stoke Prior Steam (Hanbury) Rally is only about 20 miles from the birthplace of William Shakespeare, so be sure to brush up on your knowledge of the famed poet, playwright, and actor - 'What light through yonder window breaks'.


When is the next Stoke Prior Steam (Hanbury) Rally?

The Stoke Prior Steam (Hanbury) Rally WAS planned to take place at Little Intall Fields, Stoke Pound Lane, off Hanbury Road, Bromsgrove, , Worcestershire, B60 4LA, Saturday 18th September, 2021. This is a Weekend Show.

Little Intall Fields
Stoke Pound Lane
off Hanbury Road
B60 4LA

Shakespeare's Rally Promotions
07808 173 400

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