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In light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the government guidelines and the current uncertainty of how long this will carry on for it is with a heavy heart we have taken the decision to cancel the 2020 Chiltern Hills Vintage Vehicle Rally.

Ultimately the health and wellbeing of all is the most important consideration at this time.

It’s disappointing for everyone including all our committee members who have worked hard for a whole year preparing for each show, but we must follow guidelines and look after all of you.

We will be refunding everybody who has booked their cars in and stall holders if requested. Please bear with us as we have never experienced this before and will be especially busy dealing with enquiries.

We will now carry on with plans to arrange the 2021 show and make sure that we make next year’s show a great success.

If you have any queries please email info@chilternhillsrally.org.uk

Thank you for your understanding and support and we wish you all the best health and look forward to seeing you next year for an even better show, Sunday 16th May 2021.

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The website will be updated shortly with next years details

The Chiltern Hills Vintage Vehicle Rally

The Chiltern Hills Vintage Vehicle Rally is organised by The Game Club to raise money for local charitable causes. The Rally is a well established annual event which enables the owners of classic and vintage vehicles to gather together in the Buckinghamshire countryside.

The Rally takes place on the Third Sunday of May annually, between 10 am and 5 pm.

The site is situated at: Weedon Park, Weedon Hill, near Aylesbury
Location Postcode for Sat Navs HP22 4NN Between Aylesbury and Whitchurch on the A413 Buckingham Road Next to The Bucks County Show Site.


Classic Car Owner?

If you would like to enter a vehicle you would be most welcome, please have a look at the section below for more information on entry classes etc. Alternatively if you are confident that you have all the information required - Click the image above or 'here' to go directly to our online booking system (external website).

"Olympic Gold" will tell you a little more about how it all got started and how the money raised is used


With the exception of the 13th rally in 2006 when we experienced very heavy rain, the rally grows year by year and anyone who came in the early days would find great difficulty in recognising it now.

The entry classes for 2019 are as follows.

  • A - Pre 1947 Commercials
  • B - Post 1946 Commercials
  • C - Buses & coaches
  • D - 1900 - 1930 cars
  • E - 1947 - 1960 cars
  • F - 1971 - 1986 cars
  • G - Tractors & Stationary Engines
  • H - American Cars
  • I - Special Entries
  • J1 - Motor cycles
  • J2 - Scooters
  • K - Military vehicles
  • L - 1961 - 1970 cars
  • M - 1931 - 1946 cars
  • N - 1987 - 1995 cars
  • S - Emergency Vehicles

There really is something for everyone if you would like to enter a vehicle please go to our online booking system (external website).


Apart from circa 1000 vehicles on show there are a variety of entertainments etc to make the day enjoyable for visitors and entrants alike these include:

  • Children's Rides and Slides
  • A Fun Dog Show - Bring your pet along
  • Over 50 Trade Stands
  • Auto Jumble
  • Beer Tent
  • Specialist Teas and Coffees
  • Pig Roast
  • Burgers and Hotdogs
  • Ice Creams
  • ...and much more!
Trade & Auto-Jumble form (DOCX Download)
Entertainment Risk Assessment Form (ODT Download)
Trade Stand Risk Assessment Form (ODT Download)
Please Note: All Trade and Entertainment applications must include the relevant Risk Assessment above.

Road Run

On the morning of the rally a road run is organised to start in Aylesbury and finish at the rally site, those who wish to enter should just complete a normal entry form.

Road Run Details (PDF Download)

How it all started

The Game Club

The Rally is organised by The Game Club, an Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire organisation that raises money for local charitable causes.

Olympic Gold!

The club started in 1985 when a group of 12-15 friends decided to meet three times a year for luncheon at The Partridge Arms in Aston Clinton. At one of those meetings the landlord invited those present to put some money in a collection box he had been given that morning. Funds were being raised to help finance Diane Coates, a wheelchair bound patient at the Stoke Mandeville Hospital National Spinal Unit, on a trip to compete in the rifle-shooting event at the Paralympic Games taking place after the 1988 able-bodied Olympics in Seoul.

We asked the target sum being raised, and were told it was around £2000 to cover flights, carer's expenses etc. It was suggested that we raise the lot, this was agreed and fund raising events such as 24 hour sponsored snooker, a sponsored walk and race nights etc started immediately. After we had raised the money we decided that we should find a proper title for ourselves to use at the official presentation. The name "The Game Club" was decided upon, taken from The Partridge Arms where we enjoyed our lunches, a partridge was adopted as the club emblem.

About three weeks before the event Diane discovered that in order to satisfy the competition rules she needed a special wheelchair costing £1650.00. It was decided that having got so far we should make every effort to raise this amount as well. We managed and literally with hours to spare saw Diane off on her adventure. Our efforts were made all the more satisfying when she returned proudly displaying her Gold Medal.

What Next?

We had all had so much fun from the hectic activity surrounding our fund raising efforts that a proposal to continue sponsoring good causes was readily agreed upon. And so it has continued to this day.

Game Club membership has now grown to some 30 people who organise several fund raising events, the main one being "The Chiltern Hills Vintage Vehicle Rally" held annually on the third Sunday in May until 2013 at Woodlands Farm, Weston Road, Aston Clinton and subsequently at Weedon Park.


The site is situated at: Weedon Park, Weedon Hill, near Aylesbury
Location Postcode for Sat Navs HP22 4NN Between Aylesbury and Whitchurch on the A413 Buckingham Road Next to The Bucks County Show Site


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