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Classic car show hailed a success despite wet weather

PUBLISHED: 11:32 28 August 2018 | UPDATED: 11:32 28 August 2018

The Lavenham Classics car show was hailed a success Picture: BRYAN PANTON

The Lavenham Classics car show was hailed a success Picture: BRYAN PANTON

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A classic car show in a historic Suffolk village has been hailed as a resounding success despite some wet weather on the day of the event.

The Lavenham Classics car show was hailed a success despite some heavy rain Picture: BRYAN PANTONThe Lavenham Classics car show was hailed a success despite some heavy rain Picture: BRYAN PANTON

The Lavenham Classics car show took place on Sunday and hundreds of visitors enjoyed around 150 cars of all varieties as well as food and drink stalls and trade stands.

Singer/songwriter Mike Gage provided the live music and the cheery atmosphere prevailed despite some heavy rain in the afternoon.

The event was held to raise funds for the East Anglian Air Ambulance and Lavenham Community Council and more than £1,500 was raised.

Bruce Goddard, event organiser, said: “This year the stage was set for a busy day which indeed started very well with a wide range of vehicles from Bugattis to Volkswagens and hundreds of visitors, and despite the weather shortening the day’s activities we raised well over £1,500 for the charities.”

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