North Cotswolds Rotary Club held its second Cotswold Festival of Motoring on Sunday at the Cotswold School.

900 members of the public enjoyed a day of varied activities and entertainment, and 180 vehicles, both classic and modern, together with stars from the movies courtesy of Motion Picture Motors, were on display to interest every enthusiast.

Through the generous sponsorship of the principal sponsor, Brio Retirement Living, together with additional sponsorship from Cotswold Motor Group, the event raised around £6500 to be shared equally between four charities and The Cotswold School.

It was a fun day for everyone and a great day out for all the family - both a community event and a fundraiser.

At intervals during the day visitors were treated to live music from the highly talented band - Paige and the Red Shift.

Younger family members had a chance to test their skills on a climbing wall kindly sponsored by JWORX, and there was an inflatable obstacle course for smaller children.

Face painting was also on offer, and in addition there were a number of interesting trade stalls - in short, something for everyone.

Thanks to Mike Boyes for these fantastic photos from the weekend.