THERE was a healthy crowd when Pembrokeshire Classic Car Club held their popular classic car show at Scolton Manor.
On Sunday 12th June there were approximately 500 entries from all over Mid and South Wales along with some English exhibitors.
There were all kinds of cars on display, ranging from minis to the big American Muscle cars, Triumphs to MGs and Austins to Volkswagens.
Anthony Coles from Cardiff took the best car of the show for his fantastic Morris Minor Convertible.
In addition to the cars, there were exhibits of commercial, military, motorcycles, tractors and Land Rovers, along with stationary engines, including a beautiful 1911 one.
In parallel with the exhibitors, there was a large car boot sale, car flea market, outside stalls, charity stalls and a marquee with craft stalls for people’s enjoyment.
Teifi Valley Motor Club also had their ever popular rally cars.
In the afternoon, a pre-signed raffle was held by Pembrokeshire Classic Car Club for fabulous prizes donated by club members.
At 3:30 PM, the award winners of the various categories in the show, judged by independent judges, were announced by Phil Thompson MBE.
The Jeff & Sian Edwards Perpetual Trophy for Club Cars went to Mrs. Laura Slack for her Nissan Figaro, presented by Nick Stamp Club Treasurer.
The Kevin Videan Memorial Club Car Trophy went to Mick Day for his Chrysler Crossfire presented by Club Vice President Dave Esmond
Peter Badham, club secretary, then presented a silver platter to Anthony Coles of Cardiff for the best car in the show for his fantastic Morris Minor Convertible.
Debbie Davies of Crymych won a silver cup for best motorcycle with her Ariel square four presented by Mike Chilton, club president.
Last but not least, Stuart Harries won a silver cup for the best entry, save for a car or motorcycle that Peter Badham presented to his Gulf War veteran, Military Land Rover.
The show concluded at 4pm with Pembrokeshire Classic Car Club very pleased with the events of the day and should allow large donations to be made to the chosen charities of Paul Sartori, Wales Air Ambulance and Belles Story.
The club would like to thank St’ Johns Ambulance for the essential medical coverage, the staff at Scolton Manor for their cooperation over the weekend, the police and fire brigade.