The Sidmouth Classic Car Show went ahead over the weekend on the Sidmouth Cricket Club pitch. 

The event took place on Saturday and was deemed a success by visitors, spectators and organisers. More than 300 cars were on display, dating from 1914 to 2001. There was entertainment from the City Steam Jazz Band and the Liberty Sisters. 

Sidmouth Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Crash Box & Classic Car Club of Devon, has been holding the Sidmouth Classic Car Show since 2012. With continued promotion, it has become bigger each year with a diverse and interesting range of cars on display. 

Sidmouth resident, Maria Mccarthy said: “The weather was perfect and there was an impressive range of vehicles of all vintages, that had been lovingly restored and cared for.  

“Motoring fans of all ages were enjoying the event, and also being entertained by 1940s singing trio the Liberty Sisters and a jazz band.”  

A spokesman for the show said: “The Cricket Pavilion was a lovely place for a coffee or a local ale. Open all day.  

“There was a jazz band, and 1940s harmony trio, The Liberty Sisters, who sang for us throughout the day.  

“There is always the opportunity to stroll into the nearby town centre, where our individual shops and welcoming bars and cafes will complete your day.