THE Lions Flinders Motoring Heritage event over Easter is in its seventh year and promises four hours of “revving”, music, food vans and a festival atmosphere.
The show will be held 10am to 2pm Sunday 9 April, and includes classic, veteran, vintage and neo-classic cars parked around the town.
Proceeds will support the refurbishment of an interactive garden at the Peninsula Health Mornington Centre in Separation Street. The garden – the first of its kind in a dementia ward within a public health system in Victoria – is designed as to reduce symptoms and contribute to the quality of life of people with dementia.
Construction of the garden has started and is expected to be completed soon.
Entry to the Lions Flinders Motoring Heritage event is open to all vehicles regardless of condition, including original and restored vehicles.
To book and enter go to flindersmotoringheritage.com.au