- On Saturday 21st September, E-Type UK and sister company DM Historics are to host the third instalment of the fan favourite Coffee, Cakes and Classic Cars
- Seven car clubs set to attend, everything from Jaguar E-type and XK clubs to the Aston Martin Owners Club to join proceedings
- Over 300 guests to be given behind the scenes look at specialist restoration workshops and range of stunning classics
- Something for all motoring enthusiasts, with a fabulous array of classics from both businesses, clubs and guests alike
- Free-to-attend event to be held in support of the MS Society
E-Type UK and DM Historics are honoured to be welcoming hundreds of motoring enthusiasts to the latest instalment of Coffee, Cakes & Classic Cars. Taking place at the businesses’ state-of-the-art workshops in Hadlow, Kent, this next iteration of the fan-favourite event is set to be the grandest yet.
Throughout the day a host of wonderful motorcars, spanning decades of automotive history will join E-Type UK & DM Historics’ latest restoration projects and stock. Over 300 guests are due to attend, with a plethora of stunning cars alongside a number of prestigious drivers’ clubs from across the country. The likes of the Aston Martin Owners Club, Rolls-Royce and Bentley Drivers Club and the E-type and XK clubs are all set to be represented at North Frith Farm in Kent.
Coffee, Cakes & Classic Cars is also in support of a very important charity: the MS Society. All proceeds from the sale of coffee and cake from the event will go towards the charity, and will be doubled by the businesses. Freshly baked pizza can also be purchased from The Safari Pizza Company, all cooked and served from the back of their unique converted Land Rover.
E-Type UK & DM Historics will be displaying their latest range of stock, from a freshly restored 1960 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II DHC by H.J Mulliner, to a 1965 Jaguar E-type Series 1 4.2 Semi-lightweight, there are plenty of classics to admire. The workshops are also proud to be opening their doors to the public with demonstrations of how to best maintain your pride and joy, as well as the industry-leading work they carry out on some of the country’s most iconic sportscars.
Pre-1960 parking is available via application prior to the event, simply drop an email to email@example.com to set aside a spot for your pride and joy. With a wonderful gathering of likeminded petrolheads, September’s event is free to attend and the perfect round-off for a glorious summer here in the UK.
Founder Marcus Holland commented: “It will be an honour to welcome visitors along to our workshops for the next instalment of Coffee, Cakes & Classic Cars. To be able to gather hundreds of likeminded petrolheads in the Kent countryside for a morning of motoring, all in the name of charity, is going to be a privilege. If you have a few hours free on the 21st and want to drive by for a spot of coffee and cake, surrounded by swathes of classic cars, we would be delighted if you could make it along.”
The Duck House Barn,
North Frith Farm,
Telephone: +44 (0) 1732 852 762