Grantham Rotarians raise £1,500 on visit to classic car display

A Rotary club has raised £1,500 following a visit to see a display of classic cars.

Members of the Rotary Club of Grantham visited Car-iconics in Melton Mowbray, a car brokerage firm set up by a father and son.

While enjoying the classic cars on display and learning the history and organisation of the company, the International Committee turned the visit into a social and fundraising evening with raffle winners getting a trip in one of the classic cars.

Members of the Rotary Club of Grantham visit Car-iconics. (60905654)

The money raised on the evening has been shared between Ukrainian refugees in Grantham and those affected by the famine in Somalia and the flooding in Pakistan.

Car-iconics was formed in 2014 by Steven Gannon and son Daniel who decided to combine their business experience with a passion for cars by creating a classic car business.

Members of the Rotary Club of Grantham visit Car-iconics. (60905656)
Members of the Rotary Club of Grantham visit Car-iconics. (60905656)

The cars on display ranged from a historic Le Mans Aston race car to a road-going Lancia Delta Integrale and many between. Others included a Jaguar E type, Jaguar XK120, Aston Martin DB9, Mini and many others, in addition to limited edition sports motorbikes



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