Weird and wonderful vehicles of all shapes and sizes will be on display at The White Horse Inn in Wroxton.
Now in its fourth year, this year’s event is on September 5 from noon until 4pm and sees a vast collection of different vehicles including vintage farming tractors, military cars and any other wacky automobiles from the past.
Peter Thornhill is landlord of the White Horse and is looking for any people with a weird or wonderful vehicle who would be interested in being part of this year’s display.
He said: “The event has proved to be a success every year and always attract some good crowds. There is no charge for viewing the vehicles so people can have a look around and get some food in the pub as well. It is a really relaxed atmosphere so we are just hoping the weather stays dry.”
The pub will also be supporting the charity Medical Detection for Dogs, where its volunteers helps train dogs to support people with diabetes or even detect cancer.
Mr Thornhill added: “A lady from the charity came into the pub and we got talking about the work that they do. I think they do a lot of good work and hopefully we can give them as much help as possible.”
The event will also have a barbecue and to get in touch with Mr Thornhill about the event call 01295 630223.