The fund raising Cars on Bardwell Village Green show is back for its fifth year this weekend with 125 vehicles on show and a World War Two Dakota flypast.
Show chairman David Ruffles said: “We have been full since the end of January.
“We have about 125 vehicles on show with ages from the 1920s to modern classics.
“These exhibitors have come from all over East Anglia,which is a fantastic turnout for a small village like Bardwell.”
All the village organisations come together for the show, between 10.30am and 5pm on Sunday, providing cream teas,a barbecue, real ale bar and range of sweet stalls.
This year they have about 15 trade stands with something for all the family.
For those with a head for heights, the Church tower roof is open for fantastic views of the village and surrounding countryside, as is the windmill and its bakery selling fresh bread.
An RAF Dakota transport aircraft flypast is due at 3.55pm.