- This event has passed.
Brits on the Beach Car Show CANCELLED
Brits on the Beach 2020 cancelled
An annual gathering of old British cars, trucks and motorcycles from all over BC and beyond on
Transfer Beach, Ladysmith (10am to 3pm). We are expecting in excess of
250 vehicles to be exhibited in the beautiful surroundings of Transfer
Beach accompanied by a background of sixties music.
“Brits on the Beach” is an annual show, organised by the Central
Island Branch of the Old English Car Club of BC, a group of
enthusiasts who spend many hours restoring and maintaining these
Participants will bring their vehicles from the North island, South
island, all over the mainland, Washington State, and sometimes even
farther! If you enjoy all things British, you will have a great time.
You just never know what you’ll see or who you’ll meet. Enjoy
seeing the cars and talk to the owners to find out more about the cars
and there fascinating history.
Vendors will be selling British related items including baked goods,
memorabilia, car parts and much more. Families are encouraged to come
out and participate in our second annual Passport Hunt, find 10
specific cars on the field, get your passport stamped and receive a
gift from Ladysmith and District Credit Union and have your Passport
entered into our Grand Prize Draw for a Remote Control Race Car (one
for up to 10 years old and one for 11-15 years old). In addition,
there will be a 50/50 draw and draws for several gift baskets and door
prize draws for participating vehicles in the show. There will also be
a food concession at the show, courtesy of the Ladysmith Lions Club
The OECC would like to acknowledge the Town of Ladysmith for their
cooperation in helping the club stage this event at one of the best
venues anywhere. OECC would also like to thank their sponsors, 49th
Parallel Grocery store, Ladysmith Credit Union & Pro Print printing &
Everyone is welcome and the best bit, there is no charge for
displaying a vehicle or visiting the display. We will be collecting
for Ladysmith Food Bank and you can make a cash donation (most display
entrants give $10 or more while visitors can drop a ‘toonie’ in
the bucket) or a food donation at the front gate. See you there on
Sunday 12th July.