The show is officially open from 12 to 4pm but the popularity of this event in its 5th year requires securing a position early. I got there at 10.45 and already cars were assembling around the Cricket Pitch, sandwiched between the Golf Course and the two pubs.
The show is organised by the village people for the village and it chosen charity, being the Air Ambulance this year. All around Gazebos are being erected for the sale of Teas and Cakes, and this year the Golf Club had its own Beer & Pimms tent. The Cricket Pavilion Bar is open as well.
Cream Teas and Cakes were going very well.
Families and Friends gather over a tea or a pint of ale.
Local Ladies collect donations in their giant buckets.
A Lovely Morgan +8
The variety of cars on show are far to numerous to mention by name so I will show them here as they were positioned when I took their photos.
This lovely Morgan Flat Rad 4 seater from the 1930's - I would like one of these!
Old Riley's are among my favourite card marques.
A smart Maserati.
Unusual Spare Wheel Storage each side of this Bristol's wings
This Bentley was also at Silverstone yesterday.
Ian and Estelles Morgan 4/4 with Hardtop.
Running Repairs needed on this Austin 7
This Glorious MG could be the star of the show
This Morgan 4/4 has unusual Red Piping on the Bodywork.
A Pair of lovely Jaguars.
This Ladies Mini was in superb condition next to this magnificent Maserati.
A Very Smart MGB
Austin Healey 3000.
More Classic MG's
The all fibreglass Reliant Scimitar - Big Brother to Del Boy's Robin Van.
Last of the MG Sports Cars
A Lovely example of the Morris Minor Traveller.
I took my driving test in one of these Austin A35's
Mercedes at its best.
This Lotus is a Formula 1 car.
A Lovely E Type Jaguar Engine
Still being worked on.
Mods and Quadrophenia Revisited.
A Beautiful Triumph
One very proud Owner.
The famous Lambo Countach
Bentley at is best.
A beautiful two tone MG
The Iconic Morris Minor Van - a perfect 1st Classic to collect.
Mid afternoon and the park is full and drawing in a large gathering of interested viewers.
Nearly missed this one as they did not stay long
Arthur, enjoying a little Texting in the Sunshine.