Organisers of one of the biggest shows in the Cotswolds has presented a fully funded defibrillator to a primary school in South Cerney.

Members of The Stroud Vintage Transport and Engine Club have presented the life saving equipment to Anne Edwards School, and are sure that the defibrillator will be a valuable resource to the community and might just save lives.

The club, organisers of the annual Gloucestershire Vintage and Country Extravaganza have donated thousands of pounds to 40 national and regional charities and preservation projects since January this year, as a direct result of the success of the 2018 show.

Martyn Slater, chairman of the club said: "Last year nearly 20,000 visitors flocked through the gates of the show making it one of the best attended in its history.

"It meant that we could invest in the sustainability of our future shows, and also support many worthwhile charities.

"The 45th annual Gloucestershire Vintage & Country Extravaganza returns to South Cerney Airfield, Cirencester on 2-4 August.

"We have managed to keep the admission price the same for 10 years to make it the best value for money family day out in Gloucestershire, with something for all to enjoy.

"This year we have a record number of vehicle entries confirmed, so its is set to be our biggest show yet in our 45-year history."