Heritage Transport Fayre
Date: 06/08/17 | Time: 11:00 AM | Location: The Heritage Traingle
On Sunday, August 6, Diss will step back to the early days of television, gramophone records and post-war Britain for the annual Heritage Transport Fayre.
Based in and around the market place and historic centre of Diss and returning to the town for the third time last year, the Heritage Transport Fayre.
More than 80 classic and vintage vehicles – some dating as far back to the 1920s – will visit Diss, with their owners being encouraged to dress appropriately to suit the age of their vehicles.
A 1950s-style petrol station will be set up in the entrance to Cobb’s Yard, featuring period petrol stations and enamel signage.
This year’s event will also celebrate the recently completed Heritage Triangle street works.
Starting from 11am, Park Radio will be on hand throughout the day playing music from the 1950s to the 1970s.
There will also be entertainment from The DM21 Ukele band, Kenninghall Morris Dancers and the Spanish street organ ‘los tubos’.
Independent cafes, delis and pubs in and around the Heritage Triangle will be open throughout the day providing a variety refreshments.