Hundreds of people flocked to a classic car show to see dozens of vintage vehicles.
The ninth annual Ley Hill Classics on the Common event took place on Sunday (Aug 14) and saw some 200 classic vehicles turn-up, from vintage Bentleys and Rolls Royces through Ferraris and motorbikes and onto much more modern day machinery.
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Ley Hill School’s PTA put on a barbecue at the event and members from the church rustled-up some lovely cream teas.
The Cricket Club bar was open and a replica steam traction engine provided rides for children.
The event was free but there was a bucket collection in support of local charities.