Chorleywood Classic Car Show is set to return this month with proceeds going to a local hospice.

The popular event is between 10am and 4pm on Saturday, July 15, with swathes of fun lined up for all the family along with a unique display of vehicles.

Money raised will go to support Watford-based charity Peace Hospice, which supports people with life-limiting illnesses.

There will also be performances from the Jon Hooper jazz band, tea and cakes and a coffee bar. 

Guy Davis, who has organised the show since 2010, said: “The Chorleywood Classic Car Show is always a popular family day out and a great fundraiser for the hospice.

"It takes a huge amount of work to pull off an event like this. From the preparations, which begin months in advance, to the logistics on the day and breaking down the event afterwards."

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Guy, who is from Chorleywood and owns Harris-Mayes Country Cars in Rickmansworth, founded the show in 2010 as a way to get classic car enthuasts together and over the years it has grown into a much-loved community event.

It has raised over £68,000 since it began in 2010, with organisers looking for volunteers to help run and promote the event this year for the local charity.