Sunday 10 July sees the 10 year anniversary of the popular Essex County Car and Motorcycle Show.
Held at Cressing Temple Barns, more than 300 cars and motorcycles are expected to attend the show.
Car enthusiasts of all ages will enjoy the wide selection of vintage, classic, modern and military vehicles, while dancing from A2 Jive and musical performances from the Rhythm and Blues Brothers will provide the perfect accompaniment to the event.
Food and drink will be available throughout the day.
Councillor Kay Twitchen, Deputy Cabinet Member for Sustainability said: “The Essex County Car and Motorcycle Show is a great family day out. The beautiful grounds of Cressing Temple Barns allow for plenty of space to show off the vehicles and add to the overall nostalgia of the event.”
Gates open at 11am and close at 4pm. Tickets are available on the gate on the day and cost £7 for an adult and £6 per concession.