Vintage Rally In Devon

Saturday 30th May, 2020  -  Sunday 31st May, 2020 Weekend Vintage Rally May, Devon 3 Comments

About the South Molton Vintage Rally

Just South of the River Yeo in the heart of North Devon between Molland and Bish Mill lies the site of the annually held, well attended, South Molton Vintage Rally. The Rally attracts visitors from near and far and always raises money for a great local cause.

The two-day events and spectacles center around the sizeable cordoned off arena, around which are many stalls and exhibits. Over the years, this local rally has attracted hundreds of attractions from the modest Penny Farthing Bicycle to the Giants of the Steam Traction World and is always well received by visitors.

Established on the eastern side of the historic market town of South Molton, this year’s Rally includes a full line-up of Steam Engines, Tractors, Motorcycles, Arena Events, Vintage and Veteran Vehicles, Lorries and Vans, Stationary Engines, Rural Skills demonstrations, plus a bit more.

South Molton Vintage Rally Club

Run by the South Molton Vintage Rally Club, this Annual Rally promises to be a great family day out. The Club, who have been running the rally since 2009, are an enthusiastic bunch, who also run other events throughout the year.

Entry To The Rally

The rally runs from 10.00am to 4.00pm on both days. All proceeds go to local charities.

Somewhere to Stay in Devon

Weekend B&B accommodation, subject to availability, can be found at The Black Cock Inn or Kerscott Farm a few miles from the Rally Site. There are a few other places to stay, but these are a little further afield. Caravan spaces and Camping is available for exhibitors, and there are other campsites scattered around the area too.

Getting To Combsland Cross

Wherever you hail from, aim to get on to the A361, which runs east-west between Barnstaple and Tiverton. Access the A361 via the M5 (from the east) or the A39 (from the west). Head along the A361 until you meet the T-Junction at the B3227, signposted to Newtown, Bampton, Molland, and The Blackcock Inn. Look out for the rally sites as you wind around the single-lane B3227.

Other Things To Do Around South Molton

Those wishing to extend their weekend stay can find other places of interest around South Molton, such as the twice-weekly Pannier Market, Quince Honey Farm at Aller Cross, and the Town's very own Museum situated in South Molton Guildhall. The museum welcomes children and has a few fun activities to keep them entertained. South Molton Tourist Information can provide more particulars, call them on 01769 574 122 to see what else is going on in South Molton!

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The show is dog-friendly, as long as they are on a lead!


When is the next South Molton Vintage Rally?

The South Molton Vintage Rally is planned to take place at Combsland Cross, off B3227, South Molton, Devon, EX36 3NW, Saturday 30th May, 2020. This is a Weekend Vintage Rally.

Combsland Cross
off B3227
South Molton
EX36 3NW

South Molton Vintage Rally Club
01271 378 019

External Website : Check this link for more information if necessary.

When using a phone number please be respectful if the organiser uses their private number - remember a lot of these events are for charity and run by volunteers.

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The show is dog friendly, as long as they are on a lead.

Virginia Tolley

Would love to come and spend the day are dogs allowed?


Virginia, apologies but the organiser's website is no longer running -- their facebook page is still active so probably worth popping the question there too (we don't organise just list). Also this years date was TBC so I've removed it until they publish on their website or facebook page again. Sorry I can't help more.


Virginia, I have just updated this year's date and also written to the organisers to see if they are dog friendly.