Rocky’s Road classic car event and vintage aircraft flypast
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More than 100 classic vehicles will be on show at a community fundraising event in Aylsham.
Classic car upholsterer Paul Moore, whose workshop is at Aylsham industrial estate, launched the event in memory of his dad, Peter, who died from heart complications linked to kidney problems in 2015.
His nickname was Rocky and Rocky's Road on Sunday, July 14, will be raising money for Kidney Care UK.
The event will also include live music, food, drink, stalls, and a vintage aircraft flypast.
He said: "The charity helped our family and provided us with support when we needed it so I wanted to do something to thank them.
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"After losing my dad, I felt it would be a fitting tribute to combine his two great loves, old motors and rock and roll, and naming it using his nickname."
It will be held on Aylsham recreation ground, Sir Williams Lane, from 12pm-6pm.
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