Peugeot Festival - Cheltenham

Peugeot Festival - Precott Hill Climb - Sunday 30th June

Peugeot Festival is the annual gathering of Peugeot Clubs organised by Peugeot Sport Club UK at the historic Prescott Speed Hill Climb.

The festival has established itself as the largest all-Peugeot event in the UK and has for the last decade, been held at the picturesque and historic Prescott Hillclimb in the Cotswolds. This year, the club will return for a fun day out for all Peugeot enthusiasts with non-competitive hill-runs and concours examples of the UK's finest sporting Peugeots. All Peugeots are welcome regardless of model, age, condition or modifications.

All Peugeot clubs and groups are invited to participate and CPUK will have an official presence again this year. If you would like to get a place in the CPUK enclosure please contact:

Doug Whiffen at

or Rob Exell at

Tickets are priced at £12 per person and are available from the Peugeot Sport Club website.  Please make sure to use the 'Invited Club' option and select 'CPUK' from the dropdown menu.

Please note that tickets need to be purchased before 16th June so that car passes can be posted out before the event.

With many interesting and varied Peugeots on show plus confirmed visitors from Europe, there is always something different to see. This includes some interesting vehicles provided by Peugeot and other collections.

Camping is available overnight on Saturday 29 June.

Contact Details

Doug Whiffen at

Rob Exell at

Event Map

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                            <div class='street-address'>Prescott Hill Climb</div>
                            <div class='extended-address'>Gotherington</div>
                                <span class='locality'>Cheltenham</span>,
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                                <span class='postal-code'>GL52 9RD</span>
                            <div class='country'>United States</div>
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