Classic VW’s on show at Tatton Park this weekend

Quirky Birdie photo booth.
Quirky Birdie photo booth.

For over 30 years its been one of the highlights in the VW enthusiast’s calendar.

And this year’s VWNW at Tatton Park looks set to be no exception.

Taking place on Sunday, the north’s biggest Volkswagen show has something for everyone to enjoy.

As well as the concours competition featuring stunning original and custom VW camper vans and Beetles, VWNW also boasts a huge range of trade stands selling everything from auto jumble to clothing and more.

There’s plenty of refreshments on offer, music, cars for sale, and even a fun dog show.

And if that’s not enough, Tatton Park itself has a large children’s playground and a farmyard for all the family to enjoy.

This rare 1972 Brazilian Karmann Ghia TC (Touring Coupe) will be on show at VWNW.

This rare 1972 Brazilian Karmann Ghia TC (Touring Coupe) will be on show at VWNW.

One of the highlights of this year’s show is set to be a Rare 1972 Brazilian Karmann Ghia Touring Coupe. Only offered in South America and not exported off the continent, it will the first time this Ghia has appeared at VWNW.

Elsewhere at the show, you’ll be able to have a photo taken in Quirky Birdie, the pink retro camper van photo booth and see a T5 pick up built specifically for the show by Camperversions of Darwin, Lancashire.

For more information on the show, see the website.

Admission to VWNW is £7.50 for adults, children free. An admission charge to Tatton Park of £6 per vehicle also applies.