There’ll be cars in the castle on Sunday as we host the West Midlands Classic Car Club’s annual show.
Now in its 29th year, the club will be filling the 11th century courtyard with around 90 vintage vehicles, including a Jaguar E-type, Daimler Dart and Rolls Royce
Organiser Maurice Cole, said: “We always look forward to the show in the castle and it’s always a highlight in our club’s calendar
“This year we’ve got cars dating from 1928. I’ve cut down on the more modern vehicles, so all cars have to be registered before December 1989.”
The West Midlands Classic Car Club was founded in 1978 and has more than 120 members from across the country.
The vehicles will be on display between 10am and 4pm and the furthest club member will be travelling from Redcar in the Tees Valley.
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