TLB Revival No2 Was Roaring Success!

TLB Revival 2015 Exeter with The Siren Sisters 

September 29th, 2015

TLB Revival No2 was roaring success! We did it all again on Saturday 26th September 2015 – Music from the Siren Sisters, Night Owls & Delta 88’s this year. Andrew Butler’s wonderful shots! the rushes of 2015 – click to follow! Little film of last years do – turn on your speakers! A glorious day again in Barnfield Crescent – Exeter for the Turner Locker Barnfield Revival which focused on classic cars, motorbikes and bicycles as well as vintage costumes – a genuine homage to Goodwood Revival & Salon Privé. Participants and visitors gathered from 11am to 4pm around a vast choice of vintage classic cars and various types of vehicles including motorbikes. The aim was to forget work for a day and meet other vintage/classic cars and motorbikes owners/enthusiasts, in order to share the same passion and exchange ideas and stories about these prestigious automobiles. However, it wasn’t just about engines and petrol heads; people had the opportunity to wear vintage clothes to match their vehicles and make that day even more special and memorable all in the beautiful private Georgian Crescent in the heart of Exeter’s city centre.

1st TLB Revival – A Roaring Success


September 8th, 2014

What a great day, the weather was kind and everything went just according to plan! Music From The Siren Sisters & NightOwls Catering by The Bike Caffe, Frobishers, Hidden Treasure Tea Rooms, amongst others Vintage Clothing by the Real McCoy  

Turner Locker Barnfield Revival 7th September 2014

TLB poster 

April 8th, 2014

We are very lucky to work in Barnfield Crescent, a little oasis of peace and calm in Exeter’s city centre. We also have a large car park, lawns and trees with the back-drop of an elegant Georgian Crescent. Where better for a gathering of fine motorcars and bikes?

 The idea is to gather 50+ cars and bikes from the 1930’s to the 1960’s, and in an unashamed imitation of  The Goodwood Revival, ask drivers and guests to dress in period costume to match their vehicle. We intend to have catering and ‘period’ music inside the private crescent

 We are very happy for this to gather momentum and with luck become an annual event, but to get it off the ground we need cars and bikes! Please let us know if you’d like to be involved by emailing or writing with details of the vehicle. We hope to hear from you!