A COTSWOLD photographer said she would "never condone bullying" as she attended the Yellow Car Convoy held in support of a pensioner whose was vandalised for allegedly destroying the country view.

The convoy, on Saturday, April 1, began at Cotswold Wildlife Park, where 100 yellow cars set off to drive pass Bibury and finish back at the park. 

Davina Clift, who captured the yellow cars driving through the village, said: "While I can understand both sides of the argument for and against the yellow car, I will never condone bullying.

"Why didn’t they put a letter through Peter Maddox’s door instead of vandalising his car?

"Like terrorists, bullies lose the argument straight away when they act like this. I was happy to show Mr Maddox my support."

84-year-old Bibury resident Peter Maddox and his beloved car made headlines after his Corsa was vandalised in January.

The banana-coloured car previously caused a social media storm in 2015 as photographers said it spoiled their photos of Arlington Row in Bibury.

But after the bright yellow car was targeted by vandals, hundreds of people have shown their support for the pensioner and a 100-strong Yellow Car Convoy was organised by Matty Bee, a yellow car lover and professional car cleaner from Coventry.

Photos by Davina Clift www.imagesbydavina.co.uk. All profits go to the Alzheimer’s society.