classic car run raises £1,500 for charity
of vintage vehicles visited Burnham-On-Sea's seafront on Saturday
evening (June 5th), raising £1,500 for charity.
120 police cars, fire engines and valuable old cars and motorbikes
took part in the 17th Vale of Avalon Vintage Vehicle Road Run.
of spectators flocked to see the vehicles, which were on show
in the Pier Street Car Park, for over an hour.
Mayor and Mayoress, Michael and Maria Clarke, had the tricky job
of judging them - and the Mayor's Cup for the best vehicle went
to a 1950 Ford Prefect.
crowds were down on some previous years, but we are delighted
that the event has raised over £1,500 for MacMillan Cancer
Support," organiser Daphne Stone told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
had some beautiful cars from all over the country taking part."
are some of the vehicles during Saturday's fundraising car run
in Burnham-On-Sea, which raised £1,500 for charity (Pics: