Posted: Mon 10th Jun 2024

Motorfest returns on 27th July promising ‘ a spectacular celebration of all things automotive’

Wrexham.com for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area

Wrexham Motorfest is back by popular demand, promising an action-packed day filled with thrilling automotive displays, live entertainment, and family-friendly activities.

Scheduled for Saturday, 27th July, from 11am to 6pm at Penyllan Farm in Marchwiel, this year’s event promises a spectacular celebration of all things automotive and raise vital funds for Nightingale House Hospice.

Organised by Nightingale House Hospice and the Wrexham Council Events Team, 2024 is set to be a standout event in the community calendar.

The event is free to attend, but donations are encouraged to support the services and care Nightingale House provides people and their families living with life-limiting conditions.

Motorfest 2024 highlights include:

Bolddogs: Back by popular demand, the Bolddogs team will amaze the crowd with their daring motocross stunts.

Red Dragon Monster Truck: Experience the thrill of riding on the Red Dragon Monster Truck and even witness the excitement of crushing a car!

Live Music and Entertainment: Enjoy a variety of music acts and performances throughout the afternoon.

Food and Drink: A range of food stalls and a bar will be available to keep everyone refreshed and satisfied throughout the day.

Elise Jackson, Events and Campaigns Manager at Nightingale House Hospice, shared her enthusiasm for the upcoming event: “We’re excited to unveil Motorfest 2024! This year, get ready for an exciting blend of automotive showcases and family-friendly entertainment. Admission is free, with the opportunity to contribute to a great cause, Nightingale House Hospice, upon entry. Thanks to your incredible generosity last year, we raised an astounding £13,000, and with your continued support, we aim to surpass that milestone. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable event – mark your calendars and join us for a day of automotive excitement and community spirit!”

Cllr Nigel Williams, Lead member for Economy and Development said: “We are so thrilled to welcome back Motorfest this year, and it’s such a pleasure to be working with Nightingale House Hospice once again. They are a fantastic Wrexham-based charity whose work is invaluable to our community. We look forward to another vibrant event filled with fun, which brings people together and raises funds for an important cause.”



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