Scenes from one of the region’s biggest vintage events. Pictures: Kevin Elfleet

Families and enthusiasts turned up in their droves to Stradsett Park Vintage Rally.

Despite the gloomy bank holiday weather, thousands turned out to see more than 500 exhibits at the rural two-day event.

These included vintage tractors, cars, motorcycles, heavy horses and horticultural machinery as well as more than 45 trade stands.

Rally organiser Gordon Carson said: “It went fantastically well. The weather was a little cool, so we had a slight less of a turnout this year compared to last year, but we had more than enough people. It  was a hell of a show.”

It was not yet known how much money was raised from the 43rd event, organised by the National Vintage Tractor and Engine Club.

Fifty per cent of the funds will go to the East Anglian Air Ambulance and the rest will be shared equally among five West Norfolk charities.

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