AN APPEAL IS BEING LAUNCHED for owners of classic vehicles to once again show off their prized possessions in support of one of Moray’s leading and most active cancer charities.
Over the last three years the CLAN Cavalcade has grown into an important fund-raising event for CLAN in Moray – and it will return again this year with a few important changes.
For the fourth running of the Cavalcade, which in past years has run from the car park at Decora in Elgin and paraded through the town and into Aberdeenshire, will be running on September 8.
This time, however, a shorter route is to be taken that will keep the procession of classic cars for the most part within the Moray boundary. It will also have a different start point, setting out from The Square in Cullen, routing around Ballindalloch Castle, touching on Grantown on Spey before heading back into Moray and ending at Brodie Castle near Forres.
Tracy Sellar, cancer services area manager for CLAN, told insideMORAY: “Over the past three years we have raised in excess of £20,000, which has been an enormous help to us in continuing to provide support to anyone affected by cancer.
“This year our route has changed and for the most part will remain in Moray – and although this is a classic car event, we wish to make it known that we would be delighted for motorcycles or any other road-worthy classic vehicles to join us.”
At this stage CLAN would like to hear from vehicle owners who wish to take part in the cavalcade – for a registration pack on further information contact CLAN Moray by Email to email@example.com or by calling 01343 544132.
Vehicles taking part are required to guarantee a minimum of £25 being raised for CLAN Moray.