Wallingford went car crazy over the weekend as hundreds of vintage vehicles drove through the town for a charity fundraiser. 

The Wallingford Vehicle Rally and Parade drew hundreds to the town on Sunday, May 12. 

The Rally and Parade previously sold 300 tickets in 15 minutes to car and motorcycle owners vying for a chance to show off their wheels. 

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Many hundreds more came on foot to see the display all for a good cause. 

Event director Mark Brett and his team are continuing to fundraise - with an aim to raise £20,000-25,000.

"With all the preparations, it's a big relief at the end when it's finished," Mr Brett said.

"We've donated gradually more and more each year." 

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Mr Brett said there were around 20 different organisations who assisted including the Wallingford Scouts who sold hotdogs, schools helping out with parking and parent-teacher associations picking up litter. 

Child bereavement charity SeeSaw will be one of the major beneficiaries of the day - aided by the work of Sporting Bears Motor Club who raised money on the day through dream rides in luxury cars for attendees.  

"There's all sorts of cars, which makes me unique, quite special that we don't mind what turned up - whether it's a really old Mini Metro or a Rolls Royce or Lamborghini," Mr Brett said. 

"Every car's got a memory whether it's an old metro or Lamborghini or Ferrari."