LAND ROVER LOVERS TO ENJOY A SLICE OF HISTORY AT THE INAUGURAL EASTNOR LAND ROVER SHOW







Published by Gerald Ferreira Date: July 4, 2012
Categories: Land Rover, Land Rover Car Shows

Land Rovers won’t just get the chance to see rare and amazing Land Rover displays at the inaugural Eastnor Land Rover Show. They’ll also be able to enjoy a slice of history as they drive the scenic off road course used to test some of the most iconic models.

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Held at the Deer Park at Eastnor Castle on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th August 2012, Eastnor Land Rover Show has teamed up with Land Rover Experience to offer self drive supervised convoys as well as passenger rides on one of the most stunning and sought out courses.

It’s your turn to be part of that history as the Land Rover Experience experts show you how to navigate the mysteries of the woodland as well as pointing out landmarks relevant to the brand’s illustrious past.

The off road track at Eastnor encompasses some of the most notable locations in Land Rover history, with areas that have been used in the development of some of Land Rover's most iconic models; such as the Spen King Hill, Camel Bridge and American Dips. Experienced guides will point out all these historic points of interest as well as offering advice on navigating the course and getting the most out of your vehicle.

This exclusive opportunity is bound to be popular and slots are limited on both the beginner and intermediate convoys so book your session in now to avoid disappointment. Each session lasts two hours and costs just £45. To reserve your place, contact Land Rover Experience by calling 01531 638779 or emailing

eastnor@landroverexperience.com

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If you can’t bear to tear yourself away from the action then book yourself a pitch for the weekend and bring along your tent or caravan. From as little as £50you and your family can enjoy the evening entertainment provided complete in the backdrop of the majestic Malvern Hills.

Eastnor Land Rover Show is open from 9am until 4.30pm on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th August 2012. Adult ticket prices start from £10 when purchased in advance with children under 16 allowed in free with paying adults.