Hundreds of cars due at Stamford and District Round Table show

Malc Sargeant with his 1971 E Type Jaguar at last year's classic car show. 'Photo: MSMP260812-063js
Malc Sargeant with his 1971 E Type Jaguar at last year's classic car show. 'Photo: MSMP260812-063js
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Stamford and District Round Table will hold its 10th annual classic car show on the Meadows in Stamford from 10am to 5pm on Sunday.

More than 500 car owners will park their vehicles, which will range from vintage icons to modern classics.

As with previous shows, there will be a flypast by the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight during the afternoon.

And the popular annual duck race will make a return this year.

There will also be the usual variety of trade and food stands, with bouncy castle and other entertainment for children.

And a rally of cars will take place around Stamford and Rutland.

Drivers will meet for a breakfast at New Lodge Farm in Bulwick before heading off with a staggered start from 10am.

The rally will be a two-hour run with one half-hour stop for tea and coffee.

The route will cover about 40 miles of country roads in Lincolnshire and Rutland.

Drivers will finish at the car show and will arrive from 12.30pm.

The day will end with the trophy presentation.

Entry is free and proceeds will go to charity.