Thousands of spectators flocked to see almost 300 classic cars near Burnham-On-Sea on Sunday (August 17th) during the Mark Moor International Vehicle Festival.

Bright sunshine boosted the crowd numbers at the bi-annual display, which was organised by the village’s Community Association.

Co-organiser Julie-Ann Penrose told “We had our biggest turnout ever of vehicles and spectators – we have never seen the show so busy before, which was fantastic.”

“Over 100 years of motoring was on show and we had a great range of vehicles from an old steam engine to a Ferrari plus bikes and vans. It was a superb event and we thank all those who took part and came along.”

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