Prized motors at car show

PUBLISHED: 15:00 01 September 2012

Show organisers Bruce and Julie Penrose with their Truimph Roadster and Mini Cooper S.

Show organisers Bruce and Julie Penrose with their Truimph Roadster and Mini Cooper S.

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MORE than 300 classic vehicles including Ferraris and Rolls Royces lined up outside a village hall a fans shared prized cars with fellow enthusiasts on Sunday.

The Mark Moor International Vehicle Festival car show held off Vole Road saw vintage car owners enjoy picnics and a hog roast alongside their vehicles, as well as stalls selling local produce.

The show, which is held every two years, was opened by Michael Penn, curator at the Haynes Motor Museum.

Joint organiser Julie-Ann Penrose said: “People who were going past were stopping and coming to have a look, it was an incredible sight.

“People came from miles. We had one couple from France.

“I think a lot of car shows had been cancelled due to weather and they all came to Mark.”

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