Hundreds of vintage motors turned a field into a haven for car enthusiasts at the annual Hanworth Classic car show in aid of charity.

More than 200 motorists rolled in with their classic show vehicle to Bushy Park, Hampton Court, last Sunday (13), and close to 2,000 people attended the ever-growing event.

In it's fifth year it raised a whopping £3,500 for the Shooting Star Chase.

 

Among the fun in the sun was a 1940s and 50s jive, jitterbug and swing dance with Kingston dance club Everything's Jumpin' where 200 dancers put on a show-stopping performance with half the women who came along dressed in period costume.

Families also brought along a picnic while soaking up the high temperatures.

The car show used to be much smaller and was part of the Hanworth carnival, which was forced to close due to lack of volunteers, but organisers found a new royal home for the event.

Since the move, the Hanworth Classic car show has more than doubled in numbers and will be back next year on the grounds at Bushy Park.

If you like vintage motors see pictures from this year's Heathrow classic car show

Find out the latest on the Feltham and Bedfont carnival which was forced to downsize after losing its original site at Blenheim Park two years ago.