A sellout Cheshire Motor Show in Frodsham raised a whopping £10,000 for charity.
Now in its 10th year, the festival promised to be bigger than ever and it delivered for thousands of visitors on July 31.
Organised by the Rotary Club of Frodsham and Helsby, the event ran at Frodsham Community Centre.
With 300 vehicles on show including muscle cars, classic motors and tractors it was a feast for enthusiasts.
Show chairman Eddie Basnett said: “It was a fantastic day.
“The weather was good and every square foot of the field was taken over with classic, American, customised, special interest cars, motorcycles, vintage buses and tractors.
“A massive thank you to all our advertisers, sponsors and the local community who came out in force to support the show. We had so many people attend that the tombola and barbecue sold out.”
The chosen charities this year were Clare House Children’s Hospice, the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal and Rotary’s polio eradication programme.
Awards were handed out in a range of categories including Best Restored Vehicle and Special Interest Vehicle.
Best in Show went to a stunning 1967 Jaguar E Type.
A vintage fair also set out stalls for fashion, arts and crafts, jewellery and home furnishings. Live music came from 1950s showgirl Bexi Owen and rockers Northern Heist.
Frodsham Inner Wheel ran a refreshments stall raising hundreds of pounds selling scones, homemade cakes and drinks.
Eddie said: “The community spirit at the show was brilliant.
“Everyone had a great day out and to raise such a large amount of money for such worthy causes made me really proud to be a Rotarian.”
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