Classic cars both modern and vintage were gleaming in the sun at a club’s 10th annual show.
Stamford and District Round Table held its classic car show on the Meadows on Sunday.
Hundreds of enthusiasts put their cherished vehicles on show to the public, who wandered round taking in the sights.
There was an array of trade stands to browse and thousands of visitors enjoyed a day of sunshine.
The highlight for some car owners was the morning rally, which took them on a tour of the Rutland and Lincolnshire Countryside.
The rally began three years ago with just six cars. But this year more than 30 took part and all were given priority spaces on the Meadows.
Round Table chairman Richard Wheatcroft said: “We are very pleased overall.
“People were enjoying the weather so much that they didn’t want to leave at the end.”
The show raises money for good causes in and around Stamford. A final total has not yet been worked out.