Burnham-On-Sea motoring enthusiasts have raised hundreds of pounds for Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance by taking part in their annual club tour.

Burnham Motor Club organised the event that saw 33 cars take part in a 65-mile drive around Somerset.

Spokesman Kris Puddy told Burnham-On-Sea.com: “We raised more than £600 for the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance.”

“The vehicles started arriving early this year in earnest of the beautiful sunny day. The drivers signed on and went straight in to get their breakfast at the Abbey tea rooms, where Mary has donated hundreds and hundreds to help us raise money for the Air Ambulance.”

“The entrants then chatted about all of their cars and quietly set off on the run. We had a stunning 65-mile route planned up through Wells and then over the Mendips, out to Chew Valley Lake, back through Cheddar and out towards Weston.”

“We arrived back at the Windmill Bar and Bistro at Edithmead for a delicious carvery lunch and a whole car park area to ourselves, which was great service!”

“Thank you to all who entered and helped with this year’s event. We are delighted to have again raised hundreds for this great charity.”