British Motor Show forges education alliance with Haynes Motor Museum
Haynes Motor Museum, celebrated for its exceptional collection of classic cars and rich automotive history, extends its partnership with The British Motor Show in 2024, becoming the popular events Official Education Partner.
As Education Partner, Haynes Motor Museum will be working closely with The British Motor Show to deliver a number of all new sessions, ensuring that every visitor leaves the event entertained, and also having learned something new that can be applied to their everyday motoring lives.
A standout feature of the partnership will be the return of the immensely popular “Car Maintenance For Kids” sessions, a highlight of the 2023 show for many. These sessions promise to engage and educate the younger generation of automotive enthusiasts and future drivers, leaving them with practical advice and tips they can use in their everyday motoring lives.
The partnership creates a dynamic combination of automotive education and engaging, interactive sessions and displays, all aiming to deliver an informative and fun experience, making the show a must-attend event for car enthusiasts and families looking for a fun and educational day out.
Speaking about the newly extended partnership, British Motor Show CEO Andy Entwistle said;
‘It’s fantastic that our relationship with Haynes is developing even further in 2024, this time as our Official Education Partner. The British Motor Show has always focused on educating our visitors, not just about the latest cars and technology, but also about the rich automotive history that we have in the UK, introducing cars from across the ages to a new audience and Haynes are the perfect partner to support us with this.
The car maintenance for kids sessions delivered by the Haynes Motor Museum experts were some of our most popular and well attended sessions in 2023, so we’re looking forward to working with them again this year to make them even bigger and better, engaging even more of the next generation of car fans in practical sessions at the show‘
Chris Scudds, Haynes Motor Museum added;
‘As a charity, education is at the heart of our aims and objectives. We want to inspire young people to have a lifelong interest in the motor vehicle, how they work and how to maintain them. The children of today are tomorrow’s automotive engineers and motoring enthusiasts. We are very proud and delighted to become Official Education partner to the British Motor Show, and we are super excited, through this partnership, to expand our educational outreach to a much wider audience.’