Thousands of visitors turned out to enjoy four-wheeled fun at the 2019 Cars in the Park event.

Organised by the Rotary Club, the fundraising event saw vehicles of all shapes and size pack Beacon Park together with displays and stalls to keep visitors entertained.

Josh Latimer captured images from the event:

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  1. Wheres the pictures of the working class cars, these are just awful, no heart or soul to them very poor

  2. What bias photos of cars that only wealthy persons can afford, where are the real cars that the people like to see ,

  3. If you want “working class”, very affordable cars, just walk across the road to B&M car park?!? This is an event to showcase unusual, desirable, quirky cars!! Any one of those criteria make them fairly pricy. Who wants to walk around a field staring at Citroen Saxos or semi customised Skodas? When you go to art galleries, do you complain about the price of the art?

  4. There were thousands of different cars from Mini Metros, Ford Escorts up to Lamborghinis, Bentleys and Ferraris – if you wanted to see specific cars then you should have turned up, supported the event and taken your own photos. Nice work by Josh here btw.

  5. There’s become too many boy racer cars at this event, too fond of revving their engines as they file out hours early on the Sunday. Becoming a joke how so many are allowed to leave early, driving through the public, revving as they go. As for these photos…great shots but hardly representative of the event.

  6. I was at the event both days having camped out on the sat night and had a great time with plenty of different cars from lots of different eras . has anybody got any photos of the single entry areas?

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