Harrogate College comes to the rescue of the Trans Pennine Run

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College have come to the rescue over fears that a local enthusiast’s Trans Pennine run may have been cancelled.

The annual Trans Pennine Run was in jeopardy of being cancelled after extreme rainfall left too wet to run the classic vehicle show on. College came to the rescue and donated the college car park to use over fears that the classic vehicle run and show may have been cancelled. will have food and drinks available at the HG2 Café.

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The 50 mile Trans Pennine Run organised by the Historic Commercial Vehicle Society features classic commercial vehicles including engines, ambulances, vans and buses dating from the 1930’s to 1987. The route takes in the beautiful scenery of Rochdale, Walsden, Todmorden, Hebden Bridge, Halifax Shibden, Northowram and Bradford, Shipley, Guiseley, Otley, Pool in Wharfedale, Pannal, finishing at . A prize giving ceremony will see given in categories including committee choice, best in show and best mark.

Trans Pennine Committee Secretary Mr Petch said:

We have run the for 44 years and it is always very popular, historically we have used the but I am delighted the Trans Pennine Run will go ahead at Harrogate College this year.


Harrogate College Premises Manager Bob Thornell said:

We felt it was vital that the Trans Pennine Run go ahead despite the Stray been too waterlogged. Harrogate College is a community resource and we wanted the show to be enjoyed by everyone despite the weather.

The prize giving will commence at 3:30 pm on 5 August 2012  in A building car park.

The is free of charge; vehicles will be available to view from 12:30 pm.


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