A Public Car Show on Saturday, July 13 sponsored by the British Automobile Touring Association of Nova Scotia (BATANS), held on the grounds of historic King’s Edgehill College (KES) in Windsor, NS. In addition to showcasing a wide-ranging collection of classic and antique British automobiles, the Festival will celebrate the Sixtieth Anniversary of the Mini. Registered participants’ events include a Friday evening Reception, a Saturday evening Awards Banquet (both at KES) and a Sunday morning Breakfast at the Spitfire Arms Pub in Windsor.
Since 2010, the British Motoring Festival has been staged annually on the grounds of historic King’s Edgehill School in Windsor, NS. In 2018, the Festival will run from Friday to Sunday, July 13 to 15. The Festival is a showpiece event of the British Automobile Touring Association of Nova Scotia (BATANS), a non-profit registered society. Currently, membership in BATANS numbers 271, collectively accounting for 457 vehicles. The event is an occasion for British car enthusiasts to showcase their vehicles, both classic and modern. In 2017, 128 participants presented a total of 146 British cars and motorcycles. Most came from the Atlantic Provinces, with a few who made it from New England and Ontario. We also welcomed approximately 800 public spectators who came on Saturday’s open day to view the cars and to speak to their owners. Weather and circumstances permitting, the […]