Hundreds of people turned out to celebrate a logistics company’s 80th anniversary.
CS Ellis, based in Wireless Hill, South Luffenham, marked eight decades in business with a day of nostalgia.
Scores of visitors attended the event, which was held on Saturday, and featured a collection of more than 50 vintage fleet vehicles, many of which had not been displayed in public before.
They included the last surviving Rutland Eagle truck, a Green Goddess fire engine, steam engines and tractors.
The vehicles then took part in a road run on Sunday which finished in Market Place, Uppingham. Crowds of people in the town turned out to see the display of vehicles.
The event raised about £2,450 which will be split between charities Diabetes UK, Cancer Research UK and the region’s air ambulance.
CS Ellis chairman Trevor Ellis said: “It was a fantastic weekend. I really don’t think it could have gone any better.
“There was a great atmosphere and we had so much support.
“We didn’t cause too much mayhem on the roads on Sunday and I think the weather really helped us.”