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Live music and classic cars for Pied Piper

Get set for a great weekend of events at Highnam Court in aid of the Pied Piper Appeal children's charity.

On Saturday, June 10, it's Pied Piper Live - the first musical concert of its kind for the Pied Piper Appeal.

The event will feature two tribute acts in the splendid grounds of Highnam Court. The gates open at 3pm with food and drink stalls or visitors can take their own picnics.

Bootleg Abba is the first tribute band on stage at 6pm until 7.30pm, performing all the songs we know and love to dance to! The second act is Queen One Vision who play at 8.30pm. The bar and event closes by 10pm.

Tickets are £25 for adults and £5 for children under 14.

Parking is plentiful and free plus there are designated taxi drop off / pick-up points.

On Sunday, June 11, Highnam Court hosts the annual Classic Cars, Trucks and Gardens show.

There is much to see and do with 300 classic cars on show plus go-karting, steam train rides, and many other attractions for all ages. Big trucks of all shapes and sizes are a popular attraction with an HGV training simulator to try.

The gardens and lake areas are beautiful and extensive, boasting stunning new horticultural features for 2023 and well worth a wander.

Nick Broady, chairman of the Pied Piper Appeal, said: "Tickets for our first live concert are selling well but we do still have space. It promises to be a wonderful 'party in the park' so get your dancing shoes on and grab your tickets now.

"On Sunday, we have our annual classic car show. Last year over 3,500 people came to Highnam and this traditional summer family day out is set to be bigger and better. Lots to see and do with an extensive food and drink court, a vintage tea and cake stall and a grand raffle.

"Thanks to our headline sponsors Malvern Tyres and APM Fire & Security for helping the charity to stage both the concert and car show events. Many other local businesses have also donated their time and services. We are also grateful to the many volunteers who step up on the day."

The Sunday car show is for all the family and runs from 10am until 4pm.

Tickets are £10 for adults with children under 16 free with free parking.

Tickets for both events are on sale at 

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