Over 80 classic American hot rods, trucks, bikes and classic vehicles roared through Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge on Saturday (September 8th) in a mass convoy for charity.

Members of the Blue Ridge Runners left West Huntspill at around 12 mid-day and then travelled through Highbridge and Burnham-On-Sea, along Burnham Road and into Oxford Street.

The convoy headed along Burnham’s College Street, and then drove along The High Street, up Pier Street and onto Burnham’s Esplanade before heading to Brean.

The vehicles are on display at the Classic, Custom and American Auto Club Show throughout Sunday which is open to the public from 10am in a field in West Huntspill opposite The Woodpile.

Entry on the Sunday will be £3 per adult, with children free of charge. Proceeds will go to Burnham’s BARB Search & Rescue.

The Blue Ridge Runners were formed in 1989 to link up motoring enthusiasts from across the South West who own hot rods, trucks and other unusual vehicles. Thousands of pounds are raised for local charities from the group’s events.