Spectators take a shine to display of classic cars
Music and motors took over two Bath parks at the weekend.
Classic cars from the city have helped to raise money to support the country's servicemen and women at Alice Park, while a brass band played at Parade Gardens.
The second Alice Park Classic Car Show, called Marque In The Park, was held on Sunday and involved 50 classic and rare vehicles from in and around Bath.
Cars on show included Jaguars, Ferraris, GT40s, Aston Martins, Porsches and Mustangs. The day raised more than £300 for Help For Heroes and was sponsored by Box company Manor Garage.
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Tony Hickman, who runs the cafe at Alice Park, said: "It was really good. There were quite a few people down here – we think almost 1,000.
"A few of the car owners dressed up and really looked the part, which was good fun.
"The day is designed to be a small and intimate event to show off local cars."
Mr Hickman said any owners of classic cars in Bath who would like to be involved in next year's show, which will be held on the first Sunday in September, should email firstname.lastname@example.org.