Fifty classic cars hit the roads in the Cotswolds over the weekend as part of the popular Corinium Run.

The run is designed for crews in classic and interesting cars to navigate over a 120 mile route using the most scenic and lesser used roads of the Cotswolds.

Starting and finishing in at The Highway Man Inn in Elkstone on Sunday, Apri 14, the run included four sections throughout the day, including breaks at various locations for coffee, lunch and afternoon tea, before returning to the start venue for an end of event meal.

The route, chosen for its scenic element, is covered in a specifically designed road book, using easy to follow Tulip navigational diagrams, first used in European rallies in the 1960s.

All entrants who successfully completed the event were awarded with a finishers’ certificate, including a photo of each crew taken during the event by a professional motorsport photographer.