Mini enthusiasts in their element. Pictures: Matthew Usher

A sea of bright colours dazzled in the sunshine at this year’s Mini Meet.

Almost 200 Minis, both modern and vintage, lined up at King’s Lynn’s Tuesday Market Place for scores of enthusiasts to admire.

The car show held last Sunday  saw music from rock’n’roll band Shake Rattle and Roll.

Local DJ Mark Purdy also performed at the event which was organised by West Norfolk Council.

Brian Long, leader of the borough council and avid fan of the iconic car, said: “Mini Meet in the market place was a wonderful event again this year. 

“We had lots of positive feedback from everyone involved, saying how fantastic it had been – on social media and to me personally. 

“The weather was spot-on, we had some great entertainment, and there was definitely a bigger crowd attending than last year. 

“The People’s Choice went to Mr Roy Pack’s Mini Cooper, which was a very true to original restoration and, the Judges’ Choice award went to Mr William Massen’s 1975 Clubman, which he’d been restoring for ten years – both very well-deserved.”