Attracting about 8,000 people, an annual car show went full throttle with a cavalcade of vehicles, family fun and trade stands.
The Cars on the Green event, in Nowton Park, on Sunday brought in record crowds who marvelled at an array of more than 700 vehicles including classic, retro, modified and new dealerships.
There were also motorbikes, tractors, children’s amusements and a range of trade stands including an engine builder, driving school, photography and food.
The show is organised by the Bury Retro Car Club with sponsorship from the Marriott Motor Group and is now in its second year at Nowton Park after expanding from its previous base in Thurston.
Charlie Ruddock, chairman of Bury Retro Car Club, who put together the event with committee members Dan Pearson and Adrian Balaam, said: “It went very well and was bigger and better. Everyone said what a great show it was.
“The event couldn’t have happened without the team and the volunteers who helped on the day.”
Trophies were handed out for cars and stands while funds raised from the show will go towards a sensory room for Bury Scope as well as West Suffolk Hospital’s Rainbow Ward and the Scout Association.
For a full gallery of pictures, see Friday’s Bury Free Press newspaper.