Thousands of people turned out to enjoy the 25th anniversary of a classic car show, with one couple coming from as far as South America.
Almost a thousand vintage vehicles were on display at Newbury College in Sunday, ranging from a wide selection of classic cars to mopeds, fire engines, large trucks and military machines.
The West Berkshire Classic Vehicle Show is one of the largest shows of its kind in southern England, and during its history has raised more than £128,000 for charity Bloodwise, formerly known as Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research.
Club chairman Mike Kent said: “It was a brilliant day, it was getting to the point where we didn’t know if we could cope with the number of people!
“Originally the show was started by the local leukaemia branch, and then because it was getting bigger they formed a club to help run it and up until last year’s show we’ve raised £128,000.
“We’ve had nothing but favourable comments on it.”
Among the entertainment was model car racing displays from the Newbury Radio Controlled Car Club, tech talks, an auto jumble, and music from the Watership Brass Band.
And the chairman’s choice award went to Herman and Candelaria Zapp and their 1928 Graham Paige 610 car, which they are driving around the world with their four children.
They began their journey in Argentina 17 years ago, with their children being born during that time.
Mike added: “The chairman’s choice award is nothing to do with concourse or any of that rubbish, basically I look at things and think if they were all for sale, which one would I take home.
“This year was the family from Argentina. They’ve written a book about it and the car’s got a tent set up on the roof, and it’s been through deserts and jungles and things like that.”