One of the advantages of owning a property near a heritage railway in a Norfolk seaside town is that there is always something happening. Whilst out on errands on St. George’s day I noted a couple of interesting vintage vehicles and thought nothing of it.
By the time I’d approached the Cromer Road roundabout it was clear that something was afoot; there were hundreds of vintage, classic and unusual vehicles pulling in and out of the Station car park.
My interested piqued, I decided to postpone my errands and see what was occurring.
Having spoken to a couple of owners at the event it transpires that it was a vintage car rally. It is an annual event that sees hundreds of cars driving from Sherinham to Sandringham to raise money for charity.
This year the drivers were helping to raise £5,000 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance; a service that my family appreciate the value of from personal experience.
Thankfully, when in Norfolk, I usually pack my camera in the boot when out and about so was able to take some pictures of the fantastic cars on display. So I’m going to stop rambling and let the cars do the talking.