Hundreds of vehicles on display at Classic Car Show in Caerwys

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Josh Morris

More than 1,500 enthusiasts enjoyed a Classic Car Show

Hosted by Clwyd Practical Classics, the 27th Classic Car Show was held at Barlow’s Caravan Park, Caerwys.

The sun shone for the event which included a total of 529 vehicles made up of car clubs, individuals, motorcycles, tractors and many more.

This year’s money will be going to Prostate Cymru and a cheque presentation will be held on September 6 at the Mountain Park Hotel, Flint Mountain at 8pm.

Organiser Christine Webb said: “We have made a good deal of money for them and I hope it helps them with their awareness campaign.

“This year’s show is our 27th and so far we have raised £69,000 for local charities. The charity is voted for by the members of Clwyd Practical Classics at our March meeting.

“I would like to thank all competitors, stalls for coming along and supporting us and also a big thank you to all the helpers fir their hard work who made the show a big success. Also thanks go out to Barlow’s Caravan Park for the fields, without which the show could not go ahead.”

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