More than 550 classic cars will converge on a Northumberland village this weekend for the biggest show of its kind ever held in the North East.
The vehicles go on display in Corbridge on Sunday to raise funds for charities and other good causes.
This year’s MG Northumbria Show – which will be held at Tynedale Park from 11am – is the biggest so far, having grown from just 60 vehicles in 1997.
In addition to classic cars of all makes, including some extremely rare examples, there will be commercial vehicles, motorbikes and sports cars. Whickham and District Motor Club will show off an endurance rally car which will be taking part in the Mongol Rally later this month.
Entertainment includes live music, and among other attractions are a dog agility display, children’s rides and the North East’s only F1 simulator.
There will also be a wide range of trade stands and charity stalls. Awards will be presented for a number of categories, including best vehicle in the show.
Over the past five years the show has raised almost £30,000 for local good causes.
The profits from Sunday’s event will be donated to charities and voluntary organisations, which are invited to email email@example.com for application forms.