- British institution Whitby Morrison Ice Cream Vans to take pride of place at The Confused.com London Motor Show
- The family-run business will unveil its latest model on the centrepiece ‘Built In Britain’ feature
- Families will be able to get inside the 2018 van and experience the life of an ice cream creator at the show
- The Confused.com London Motor Show is at London’s ExCeL Exhibition Centre from 17-20 May 2018
- Tickets are on sale now from £18.50 – with children under 17 going free with a paying adult – and can be purchased at:thelondonmotorshow.co.uk
Legendary ice cream van makers, Whitby Morrison, will give visitors to the Confused.com London Motor Show 2018 something to savour as it unveils its latest model on the ‘Built In Britain’ feature.
Ahead of the summer season, the family-run British manufacturer will launch its 2018 van, based on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 314 SWB, which is hand-built in Britain and distributed across the world.
Famous for producing bespoke ice cream vans for the global market, Whitby Morrison has provided the vehicles that drive smiles on faces in streets across the world since 1962, from its purpose-built facility in Cheshire.
Following the footsteps carved by its founder, Bryan Whitby, today’s business is now in its third generation of management. Visitors to this year’s show will be able to climb inside and pretend to create their very own Mr Whippy which is sure to serve up some fun for all the family.
Built to suit the needs of drivers around the world, the Whitby Morrison Ice Cream Van is a testament to the very best of British manufacturing. The all-new ‘Built In Britain’ feature where it will be displayed will showcase the very best of British automotive manufacturing and motoring, with a host of vehicles from well-known brands.
Alec Mumford, Chairman of The Confused.com London Motor Show, said: “Everyone attending the show this year will doubtless recall the sound of an ice cream van approaching – it is a national treasure in its own right. We are overjoyed to be able to welcome Whitby Morrison to this year’s show and on our ‘Built In Britain’ feature, we’re sure it will whip up a storm!”
Tickets start at just £18.50 and one child (under 17) goes free with a paying adult. They’re on general sale now and available to purchase www.thelondonmotorshow.co.uk