The parade of classic vehicles from across the decades departed from the Highlands Inn at 10.15am on Saturday and drove through the town and into Luxford Field.
Once assembled in Luxfords Field you could then view the classic vehicles which ranged from the 1919 Pumping engine built by The America La France Fire Engine Company, owned by Derek and Liz Gough from Whitesmith, to a Ninja Kart driven by 7 year old Lewis Riley from Uckfield .
Visiting the stalls of automobile literature, memorabilia and auto jumble was a must and there were refreshments and children’s entertainment on the Field from 10.30am onwards.
No sun, but a great day out for all the family.
IMAGES by Ron Hill (HillPhotographic)