Classic cars from across Suffolk helped boost a charity fund in memory of a Thurston mum who died from swine flu.
More than 20 cars took part in the run on Sunday (6), stopping with collection buckets at pubs.
Despite bad weather, the day raised nearly £640 with proceeds going towards a motion bed for West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds, and the ongoing support of Sarah’s three children.
Sarah who was 32, died in January last year two weeks after giving birth to son William. She was the daughter of Jane and Barry Waterman who run The White Horse at Beyton where the run finished.
Friend Eammonn Harvey who organised Sunday’s car run said he is looking to make it an annual event. Sarah’s eldest daughter Charlotte, five, pick a Porsche for the best car award
The pub will hold a live music day on July 28 from 12pm in aid of the hospital’s special care baby unit and Sarah’s children.