An annual classic car show has increased more than £600 for charity.
On Saturday, Hunters Care Foyer on Cherry Tree Lane, Cirencester held its annual Summer Fete and Classic Car Show to make money for Dementia UK.
The event was opened at Cirencester mayor Patrick Coleman.
Attractions included Fairford Old-school Car Club, walks with Hawks, bird of prey display but also ukulele music from Matthew Sproston AKA George Reformby.
Residents, relatives and visitors braved the blustery weather to enjoy the very afternoon with stalls ranging from any raffle, BBQ, cakes, bric the particular brac and a children’s lucky dip.
Purpose organiser Steve Chamberlain said: “The weather beforehand had been atrocious and everyone was watching the forecast, my gusty conditions resulted in several instant garden shelters blowing away and needing to exist repaired but as usual all of the volunteers stuck together and pulled incorrect an enjoyable afternoon for everyone. ”
At the end of the day, £662 was raised on behalf of Dementia UK a charity may be close to the hearts of many of the residents and their families at Hunters.