Earlestown Classic Car Show was a big success with motors from yesteryear gleameding in the May sunshine.
There were 43 memorable motors on display at the event.
Organised by St Helens Council - in association with the Phoenix Car Club – the free event brought car enthusiasts and families to Market Street to get up close and personal with models dating back as early as the 1930s like the Austin Seven – as well as Lancia and a 1968 Mk2 Jaguar, which was voted car of the day.
Earlestown ward councillor, Dave Banks said: “It was difficult to pick a best in show, but the beautiful Lancia and the Mk2 Jaguar just edged it.
“Earlestown was bustling and the businesses received a big boost to trade. Well done to all involved."
Nearby Newton ward councillor, Seve-Gomez-Aspron, added: “The classic car show has grown year-on-year and the weather made it a cracking family day out!
“I’m already looking forward to next year's show. The effort put in from the Phoenix Car Club and the Newton and Earlestown Community Group made it a fantastic day."
The Earlestown Classic Car Show was just the beginning of a turbo season of events throughout the area including:
Armed Forces Day: ‘Picnic in the Park’ – Saturday 25 June, 11:30am: Mesnes Park will be honouring the armed forces with a celebration in the park. All are welcome for what is sure to be a day of fun for all the family.
Haydock Male Voice Choir Concert - Saturday 2 July, 7:30pm: A fabulous evening of music with Haydock Male Voice Choir at St. John’s Church, Earlestown. Tickets are £4.
Newton-le-Willows Town Show – Saturday 6 August, 11:00am -6:00pm: The Newton and Earlestown Community Group (NECG) aim to make this one bigger and better than ever, with plenty of new and exciting attractions!