The Fourth Turner Locker Barnfield Revival – 24 September 2017.

Another great day, our prayers to the weather gods were answered and over eighty drivers and riders had held the faith and struck out under grey skies for the fourth Turner Locker Barnfield Revival. The skies brightened the rain held off and a splendid selection of automotive exotica and period gems filled the Barnfield Crescent. The guests in period attire sat on the grass and amongst the cars to be treated to the delightful ‘warm time’ harmonies of the wonderful Siren Sisters and the fabulous local band the Sundogs whilst being kept fed and watered by Lemon Jelli and Good Game. As someone said ‘it was like and end of season party for the classic car crowd, a chance to step back in time and converse in the city centre oasis that is Barnfield Crescent.’

The range of vehicles was enormous, from a 1920 Maharaja’s Rolls Royce to one of only two four-wheel Bond Bugs. Bugatti’s and Lagonda’s from the 1930’s through to Jaguars from the swinging 60’s. For many the star may have been a 1936 Aston Martin Grand Prix car but everyone had their favourites and amongst them were dozens of British motorbikes.

The event was organised by Exeter Commercial Property Consultants Turner Locker Barnfield and raised money for the charity Look Good Feel Better.

Gallery of Exeter Motoring Revival Event Photographs

These photos by Exeter commercial photographer Andrew Butler give a flavour of the motoring event which drew classic cars, motorbikes, food, music, dressing up and fun.

All images © Andrew Butler