A CAR show held at a country house on the edge of Sheffield to raise thousands of pounds for three charities was a ‘fantastic success’.
Motoring enthusiasts brought a whopping 1,200 cars to Renishaw Hall for the event - and just under 3,000 people attended.
A spokeswoman said: “The event was a fantastic success. It’s run by Chesterfield Rotary Club in aid of three different charities - Bluebell Wood, Weston Park Hospital and Ashgate Hospice.”
The car show is organised every year by former president of Chesterfield Rotary Club, Stuart Bradley.
Exhibitors were charged £4 per car to stand - meaning almost £5,000 is set to have been raised from entrance fees alone, although the final total has not yet been totted up.