Thursday, 07 April 2011 16:31

PRESS RELEASE - Wheatcroft Collection

    Finally, part of The Wheatcroft Collection is to go on display

     

    Finally, part of The Wheatcroft Collection is to go on display at the world famous Donington Grand Prix Collection. The first hall is being transformed to hold part of the collection 'never seen before in public'. So far 14 vehicles and motorcycles have joined the Donington Grand Prix Collection and more are expected to join these vehicles throughout the coming year. The entrance fee to the Donington Grand Prix Collection has not changed and remains at £8.00 for adults, £6.00 for OAP’s/ students, £3.00 for children (6-16 years) and free entry for children under 6 years. There is also a family ticket available to include 2 adults and 3 children at £16.00.

    So now any F1 fan is seeing parts of The Wheatcroft Collection for free! Military vehicle fans get to see F1 cars as a bonus. Kevin Wheatcroft, the collections founder, said "The time is right to open the doors to some of these treasures. I have been badgered for many years to show these vehicles to the public and very much look forward to adding more vehicles as each month goes by".


    For further information, contact Neil Leavesley on
    0116 247 8899 or by e-mail neil@wheatcrofts.co.uk

    2 comments

    • Tuesday, 12 April 2011 23:26 posted by PanzerJohn

      As soon as the Panther is on show I'll be up there!.

    • Thursday, 07 April 2011 21:13 posted by Adam Gallon

      Hoooootsarrrrr!
      That's me off there Monday!