In aid of Wiltshire Air Ambulance and local projects
Market Lavington used to have its own factory, producing award winning steam engines, on the site of what is now the Scout Hall. However, Mr Cambridge the inventor of the eponymous clod breaking roller, needed more space and better communications so the factory was moved to Bristol.
Rallies used to be organised on The Elisha Field by Mr John Kyte for a number of years and many in the village still remember those days. A group of organisers decided to resurrect the event in 2018 with the support of the Parish Council. Due to its success the event now takes place on the 2nd weekend of July each year. Photo JJB Images.
The Market Lavington Vintage Meet will have displays of traction engines, stationary engines, miniature steam engines, vintage and classic cars & motorcycles, military & commercial vehicles, military re-enactment & living history groups and vintage tractors. There will also be trade & craft stalls, arena events, beer tent, catering, brass band, entertainment and activities for the whole family to enjoy. Official photos can be found at https://jjbimages.blogspot.com/2012/08/market-lavington-vintage-meet.html