Hundreds of people are expected to flock to Wendron next weekend to welcome back its popular annual event.

The West Cornwall Motor Show will return for 2023 with entertainment for all ages over three days. 

This year, the show will support local charities: Cats Protection, Marie Curie, Sparkle Foundation and Tight Line. Volunteers from each charity will be at the show to raise awareness and extra funds for their charities.

Falmouth Packet: One of the vintage cars at the show in 2013 One of the vintage cars at the show in 2013 (Image: Stock)

There will also be a variety of modified and classic vehicles and bikes and a chance to speak to owners of the vehicles.

Catering businesses including The Cornish Barista, Bite Me Street Food, Steve’s Ice Cream and The Cornish Field Kitchen will be serving food throughout the event.

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Festivities kick off on Friday night, June 23, with an Ale and Cider Festival.

From 7pm, guests will be able to watch a live Elvis tribute act from Patrick Matthews, with free entry.

On Saturday afternoon, June 24, players from Wendron Cricket Club's second team will play Hayle and in the evening from 7.30pm there will be a ‘challenging’ team quiz where the winning teams will win a cash prize.

The motor show is then open from 10am to 4pm on Sunday, June 25 and admission is £5 for adults, £1 for children and free entry for those under five.

For more information, visit West Cornwall Motor Show on Facebook.