Classic Car Show Day, Honiton Market Charter day & more from 10am -  4pm, Sat July 31st 2021, Honiton - Devon.

Welcome to the Honiton and District Lions 12th Classic Car day to be held at
 The Allhallows Ground Northcote Lane, Honiton, Devon.


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Icon Classic Car Entry Form 2020.pdf

 If you require further information please contact CLASSIC CAR TEAM

On the day - Open from 10am - 4pm

As well as -

A Tractor run around the town at 11:30am and Classic car run around the town at 12.30pm

FULL days program will be available on "HONITON Charter day" web site.

Regular updated information also on their Facebook page can be found here


From 2015Following on from the past 10 years, the Club enters into it's 11th year of the show in which we have seen the Lions Classic Car eventViews from 2012 event grow in the number of entries, totalling 60 plus.  We are hoping for another real summer, which will give both visitors and  owners at least ONE  dry and sunny day to lift the roofs off of their cars - let's hope for a warm and sunny July day for this years event.

From 2014 show

It is also a great day out for the whole family with lots of stalls, including the LIONS BBQ stand, the Lions Ladies produce stall, Crockery smashing etc.

Crockery smashing stand 2015  Lion Ed with the LIONS stand 2012  Lions Ladies at Classic car event 2012  

 As Honiton Towns Charter day event is held at the same time there will always be something to do 

History of Honiton Market

There has been a market recorded in Honiton since before the reign of King John (1199-1216) however the Royal Charter, granting the rights for a weekly market, were bestowed to the town in 1257, by Henry III.

In addition to the Tuesday and Thursday, Saturday's market was originally held on a Sunday and only later changed to as we know it today.

For centuries Honiton market was primarily for the sale of livestock and farm produce at its height being one of the busiest and most well known markets in Christendom!  So famous in fact that it has even been mentioned in popular literature for Horace Smith's character 'Lady Crockatt' was so refined she would buy "no fish except out of Honiton market"!