Sunday, 21st June 2015 saw the return of the Bourne Classic Car & Bike Show for the 10th year, held on the Wellhead Field in Bourne, Lincolnshire.
Around 300 classic cars, bikes and commercial vehicles attended the event, and the sunny weather saw thousands of visitors attend throughout the day.
This year's show, which was the last to be organised by Bourne Motor Racing Club, celebrated motoring through the decades, with a special display of cars and bikes showing how the motor vehicle has evolved throughout the last 100 years. The display culminated with a look into the future courtesy of Smith's of Peterborough Renault, who displayed their all-electric Renault ZOE.
At around 1:00pm the BBMF's Dakota performed a flypast, whilst the Spitfire closed the show at 4:30pm. BBC Radio Lincolnshire's Pirate Gold team were also in attendance, looking for the next clue in their treasure hunt which sees them travel to different events in the county throughout the morning.
This year's Programme Raffle featured two tickets to the British Grand Prix as the first prize, followed by tickets to the Silverstone Classic as second prize and Next vouchers as the third prize.
Richard Bostock, from the organising committee of Bourne Motor Racing Club, said after the event: "It was one of the best events we've ever had, the crowd stayed until the bitter end. It's always a great atmosphere and everyone looked like they were enjoying themselves.
"We are hopeful that the team at Bourne Community Events will carry on this great social event. It would be nice to think that it could carry on just the way it is."
Results from the 2015 event can be seen below:
Anglia Car Auctions Best in Class for Car Pre-1950: Entry 260, 1933 Singer 9. Sports owned by Martyn Wray
Anglia Car Auctions Best in Class for Car 1951-1970: Entry 82, 1955 Bristol 405, owned by Ivan Cunnington
Anglia Car Auctions Best in Class for Car Post 1970: Entry 214, 1980 Triumph Dolomite Sprint, owned by Rod Savill
Motorbike Best in Class Pre-1959: Entry 320, 1952 BMW R25/2, owned by Dieter Wearing
Motorbike Best in Class Post 1960: Entry 287, 1960 Velocette Venom, owned by Patrick Glynn
Judges Choice - Norman Seggie Award: Entry 260, 1933 Singer 9. Sports, owned by Martyn Wray
Best Dressed Man & Best Dressed Lady Award: Lesley and Ken Challans