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CLASSIC car enthusiasts around the world are calling tomorrow at the iconic Morgan factory in Malvern.

The rally, which raises money for Macmillan Cancer Support, features over 40 classic cars and includes drivers from all over Europe and even as far away as America.

Founder Dennis Greenslade started the rally in 2005.

He hopes to reach his goal of £1million raised for Macmillan Cancer Support this year, with the latest event of its kind.

He said: “I feel very privileged to have turned my love of cars, my fascination with maps and my experience of international rallying into one of the toughest classic car circuits in Europe.

“I and my late wife, Tricia, who died of esophageal cancer at age 60, felt it was important to raise money for charity with this challenge.

“However, like so many participants, over the years fundraising has become even more personal.”

The rally, which combines driving older cars with raising money for Macmillan, is not a race to the finish line but a celebration of classic cars and the coming together of like-minded enthusiasts.

The winner of Cape to Cape, as the rally is called, is not the one who finishes first, it is the one who raises the most money for charity.

The group began their two-week, 2,700-mile voyage from Newquay on April 23 and will return via Cape Cornwall in the afternoon of May 7 for a gala dinner and awards ceremony at the Bedruthan Hotel and Spa.

Before that, the group will make a pit stop at Morgan Motor Company in Malvern at 9.15am on May 6.

Ceris Bradley, Head of Fundraising for Macmillan, said: “The first event, Cape Cornwall to Cape Wrath, has raised an incredible £32,000 and to date over £900,000 has been raised. .

“Unfortunately, the number of people diagnosed with cancer is increasing every year, which means Macmillan’s support for people with cancer is in greater demand than ever.

“We cannot thank the participants and supporters of Cape to Cape enough.”

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