The Adwell Vintage Vehicle Show is returning to the gardens and parkland Adwell House this July.

This event takes attendees on a journey through time, capturing nostalgia with classic cars, vintage bicycles and motorbikes, and more displayed in the stunning surroundings of Adwell House.

On Sunday, July 7, the popular event will host a diverse collection of classic vehicles.

This year's vehicle show promises to be more than just cars and bikes; it is shaping up to be a fun-filled family day with entertainment.

All proceeds from the show will be directed towards the Ebony Horse Club, a South London based organisation using horses to enhance the lives of disadvantaged youth.

As well as riding lessons, the club offers exciting opportunities such as trips to Ascot Races, Polo and work experience in London.

Tom Birch Reynardson, owner of Adwell, said: "We are thrilled to host the Adwell Vintage Vehicle Show where enthusiasts can come together to appreciate the timeless beauty of these classic cars.

"This event is a celebration of the passion and dedication that goes into preserving and showcasing these iconic vehicles and raises money for charity".

Highlights at the event include the glamour of the gardens – only open three times a year – vintage fairground entertainment, a large Scalextric track and live music.

Also, an all-inclusive dog show promises fun for canine friends, adding to the inclusive nature of the event.

Adding to the appeal is a Vintage Village hosting food stalls, vintage trade stands, children’s rides and performances from the Watlington Concert Band.

You can get your tickets in advance online or at the gate on the day of the event with discounts available for families.

Children under 12 are admitted free.