Oakamoor Park is located off Mill Road in Oakamoor in the Staffordshire Moorlands, near Cheadle. The nearest postcode is ST10 3AG (for sat-nav purposes).
The Park is divided naturally by the River Churnet. The Paddock and Static Display areas will be on the left bank and the Public Car Park for visitors on the right bank, accessible via Mill Road.
Carr Bank offers a challenging stretch of road with a very steep 1:5 start. A road closure will be in place for the stretch of road (0.8 miles) from the village to Blakeley Lane, which is the beginning of the return route. For security reasons, a one-way system will be in place. Marshals will be positioned at regular intervals up the hill and along the route to ensure access to local residents if required as well as road safety.
Up to 100 veteran, vintage and classic motor vehicles will be parked in Paddock, where you will be able to get close to the cars and chat with their owners.
This event is run entirely by volunteers for local charity, Staffordshire Clubs for Young People. If you would like to volunteer, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is not permitted to camp overnight in Oakamoor Park but there are two very good campsites nearby: Hales Hall Caravan and Camping Park and Alton, The Star Camping and Caravanning Club. A link to both can be found here.
Dogs are welcome as long as they are kept under control on a short lead at all times and that you clean up after them.
There is no fuel in Oakamoor. The nearest fuel station is Texaco in Cheadle.
Refreshments will be available all day in the Paddock. The Cricketers Arms will be open and tea and light refreshments will also be available in the village hall.
Disabled parking will be available. Please be aware that the Paddock is on grass. However, although the terrain is sloped in parts, there are no steps which might prevent wheelchair access.
The Oakamoor Hill Climb Revival is running in conjunction with the Oakamoor Village Festival, so there will be other events going on throughout the day, including a duck race and treasure hunt as well as what promises to be a magnificent flower festival in the Memorial Free Church.
The lavatories are located by the public car park. Additional lavatories will be available in the Paddock.