Concours

FRIDAY 26TH JUNE
(OWNERS' DAY)

SATURDAY 27TH JUNE

SUNDAY 28TH JUNE

THE HEVENINGHAM TOUR


The Heveningham Tour is a 50-mile drive through the beautiful Suffolk countryside for concours' owners & guests with a stop for lunch. Departing under starter's orders from outside Heveningham Hall at 11 am on Friday 26th June, next year's drive will see participants driving through pretty country lanes and idyllic villages before stopping for lunch at a secret location. All entrants in The Heveningham Tour receive specially-commissioned plaques and decals.


AWARDS

Now in its fifth year, Heveningham Concours brings together some 50 of the world's finest motor cars which compete for top honours & special commendations in three motorsport categories: best pre-war, best post-war & best supercar. There is also a separate award for the winner of Horsepower Hill.

In the aviation concours, around a dozen of the world's rarest propeller aeroplanes compete for the Hanna Aviation Trophy which is awarded to the best in show. All of the awards are presented to owners or their representatives by the judges at the summer party on Saturday evening at Heveningham Hall.

AWARDS

AWARDS

Now in its fifth year, Heveningham Concours brings together some 50 of the world's finest motor cars which compete for top honours & special commendations in three motorsport categories: best pre-war, best post-war & best supercar. There is also a separate award for the winner of Horsepower Hill.

In the aviation concours, around a dozen of the world's rarest propeller aeroplanes compete for the Hanna Aviation Trophy which is awarded to the best in show. All of the awards are presented to owners or their representatives by the judges at the summer party on Saturday evening at Heveningham Hall.

TROPHIES

All of the trophies have been designed by renowned local artist, Laurence Edwards. One of the few sculptors to cast his own work using the ‘lost wax’ process, his sculptures express the raw liquid power of bronze and its versatility, mass and evolution. Based in Suffolk, Laurence studied bronze casting and sculpture with Sir Anthony Caro and, after winning a Henry Moore bursary, studied traditional casting techniques in India and Nepal which not only influenced his work but also gave him tools to establish his own studio.

TROPHIES

TROPHIES

All of the trophies have been designed by renowned local artist, Laurence Edwards. One of the few sculptors to cast his own work using the ‘lost wax’ process, his sculptures express the raw liquid power of bronze and its versatility, mass and evolution. Based in Suffolk, Laurence studied bronze casting and sculpture with Sir Anthony Caro and, after winning a Henry Moore bursary, studied traditional casting techniques in India and Nepal which not only influenced his work but also gave him tools to establish his own studio.