Graham Dale’s Jaguar XK150, car of the year last time out.

Car owners can wheel out their pride a joy vehicles with the return of King’s Lynn Motor Club’s classic car rally next month.

Last year’s event was cancelled due to the pandemic, but the club has got the green light to stage its 43rd annual run on Sunday, July 4.

Closing date for entries is Thursday, June 17. The event, which will raise money for Norfolk Accident Rescue Service (NARS), will start at Downham Home and Garden, Stonecross Lane, Bexwell, before heading into the Thetford area for lunch or a picnic at Lynford Hall Hotel.

The route will then take the drivers to Ickworth House in Suffolk.

Organiser Adrian Cunnington said: “Following some unprecedented times, KLDMC hopes we can again draw on the support received over many years from classic car owners across Norfolk and neighbouring counties. 

“Our successful three venue format is retained for this event with an emphasis on driving our cars, enjoying the places we visit and sharing the day with other enthusiasts, all in a Covid-secure way with the help of our hosting venues.”

Main sponsor is Anglia Car Auctions with support from other West Norfolk businesses.

There will be classes for veteran, vintage and PVT (pre-1950), historic classic (1950-71),  post-historic classic (1972-87) and modern classic (1988-2006) and awards for best car.

Details and entries to Peter Horsburgh, The Highlands, Sedgeford or klmdc.classic@btinternet.com