Preston Park Fire Engine Rally

Preston Park Fire Engine Rally







Update next year's show has moved for one year to  

21st & 22nd May 2016

Admission adults - 5.00

under 16's - 2.50

Under 5's - Free

Gates open to public at 11.00am


Above: Members of the former Strathclyde Fire & Rescue Preservation Group renamed in May 2013 to Scottish Fire and Rescue Service Heritage Trust displaying their appliances against the backdrop of Preston Hall.


Preston Hall Museum and Park
Yarm Road,
TS18 3RH


Preston Park Fire Engine & Vintage Vehicle Show is an annual event for all the family, the event is held over 2 days opening to the public at 11am & has arena events which may be humorous, educational or historic.  An admission charge is made for the public but also gives them access to the Preston Hall Museum with historic street which underwent a major 3 year, 7 million pound refurbishment and reopened in 2012.  As well as Fire Engines both preserved & new, there are a selection of other vintage vehicles, craft & trade stalls & fun activities for the children

Stockton Borough has been selected to host the 2016 British Cycling National Road Championships following on from the success of the regional leg of the 2013 'Tour de France' and the 2014 'Tour de Yorkshire' as this falls on our normal weekend and with the anticipated visitor and traffic in the Tees Valley it has been decided it would be not in the best interests to hold two major events on that weekend hence the move to May to try and avoid other established events for one year.


Located in the pleasant setting of Preston Park on Tees-side in the North East of England, we are the longest established fire engine rally in the country.


Situated just north of the rural town of Yarm near to the A66 & access from the A19, clearly marked by brown tourist signs


For any enquiries regarding the event please contact either

Brett Clayton  - email


Stockton Borough Council  - email


Free car parking, dogs on leads welcome.


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