On a designated Sunday in August a cavalcade of classic vehicles takes to the roads of Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire for the annual Wisbech and District Historic Vehicle Club Road Run.

Around 200 vehicles, of all sizes, from scooters to lorries, complete the eighty-mile route departing from the Somers Road car park in Wisbech, pausing for a static display at our new venue in Peterborough – Bauer Media in Lynch Wood –  and culminating in a show  and prize-giving back at the Somers Road Car Park.

WDHVC Road Run Frequented Route:

Previous years have run as per the following format. Come out and wave us on as we travel across the region! We usually pass through the following towns and villages – timings are all approximate and the route will be confirmed closer to the date:

9.30am Depart Somers Road car park
9.45am Tydd St. Mary
10.00am Holbeach
10.15am Whaplode
10.25am Spalding
10.50am Market Deeping
11.15am Arrive at Bauer Media, Peterborough

12.15pm Leave Peterborough
12.30pm Whittlesey
12.50pm Chainbridge
1.00pm March
1.15pm Wisbech St. Mary
1.30pm Arrive back at Somers Road car park, Wisbech

All classic and historic cars, commercials and motorbikes are welcome if aged 25 years or older. All money raised by the Run is donated to charity. Since the club started, over £10,000 has been collected and distributed to local good causes. The event is generously sponsored by Elgoods Brewery of Wisbech.

The 2023 Entry Form will be available here when the 2023 date has been set.

The Conditions of Entry and Inclusion from 2022’s Road Run are included below for reference purposes only. Please be aware that the 2023 dates will be different to those in the 2022 document. We advise all prospective participants to check the age of their vehicle and ensure it is 25 years or older before entering or attending on the day. Cars which are younger than this, no matter how interesting or unique, will be asked to leave the car parks as we will need to prioritise space for eligible vehicles and the spectators that have come to view them. Thank you for your understanding.