Sunday 13th March saw the return of Mini Fair to Bingley Hall, Stafford. After a two year hiatus and a postponment from the normal January date due to the dreaded corona virus we were very happy to be making our annual pilgrimage to Stafford for this one day indoor mini extravaganza.
After a 250 mile, 4.5 hour drive up on the Saturday we arrrived in time to set up our merch stand and then head off to meet up with our “northern” mini friends Craftevan & Mini Run UK.
We love heading up north (apparently its the midlands, but anything north of the M25 Lee gets a nose bleed) for this show as we get to see lots of different faces and cars that we wouldn’t normally see on our usual show circuit.
The event not only includes over 100 autojumble and trade stands but it also features the BMC premier concours finals, pride of ownership awards and a big club line up.
The quality of cars on display just gets better and better with many owners choosing to unveil their freshly built projects on the day.
This event always has a great showing of both classic and modern minis (Obviously we only photographed the classics). With some crazy levels of dedication to ensure their vehicles look on point for the judges.
Here are some of our favourites from the day!