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An annual classic car show and steam fair in Croxley Green was so successful this year that exhibition space had filled up by noon.
The 10th Classics on the Green and Carters Steam Fair took place on Sunday, attracting classic vehicles from across the country.
Kevin France, organiser, said the show was a great success.
He added: "Our shows are so popular now, that on Sunday we were full by 12.30pm.
"We had to find any space left for those turning up late wherever we could with vehicles not leaving until after late in the evening."
Mr France said the location and free entry for the public both contributed to the success of the show.
He added: "The use of Croxley Green, the longest green in England is why we are so successful, it gives the right atmosphere for a traditional steam fair and classic car show.
"Our shows are open to any interesting vehicles so a wide range of vehicles turn up and enjoy a great day with other car owners.
"All the Classic on the Green events are free to view which makes them some of the most popular events on the motor events calendar."
Donations and fees to show cars are given to charity, and the Watford and District Classic Car Club supports a wide range of national and local charities, including the British Heart Foundation, the Peace Hospice , and the Scout Association.
Mr France added: "The more people we have on the team the more we can raise for local charity.
"The shows are run by a very small band of club members, and we do need more help so if you would like to be involved with next year's events please contact us.
"It is hard work to run a show of this size, as we are on site from 8am until 9.30pm, but the money we raise for our charities makes it worthwhile and we do enjoy doing it."
The next show will be in May alongside the Hertfordshire Motorshow.
If you are interested in joining the club email Kevin France on email@example.com .
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