Hundreds of classic cars and bikes gathered at a country house on the edge of Sheffield for an annual rally which raises thousands of pounds for good causes.
Renishaw Hall, Eckington, hosted the Eckington Classic Car and Bike Show event, which attracted hundreds of vehicles and many more visitors.
It was organised by the Rotary Club of Chesterfield and raised funds for Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity, Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice and Ashgate Hospice, in Chesterfield.
The event was attended by enthusiasts from all over the region and includes classic cars and bikes from across the area.
Entertainment was provided by performers from Direction Theatre Arts, and there was a variety of stalls for people to enjoy.
Mike Cudzich-Madry, president of the Rotary Club of Chesterfield, chose three winners at the show.
A 1965 180cc Vespa SS 180, which has been owned by Ray Copley from Killamarsh, won the classic scooter category.
A 1961 500cc Triumph Tiger 100 SS, which has been renovated over the last seven years by Lawrence Bradley, from Bolsover, was chosen as the classic bike winner, while the winning car was a 1925 McLaughlin Buick, owned by Bob Fergusson from Eckington. He bought the car 25 years ago as a wreck after it had been garaged in London since 1939.