CLASSIC cars, music, displays and entertainment marked the latest of Newbury's annual Retro Festivals last weekend (Friday, August 9 - Sunday, August 11).

Guests weren't deterred by the weekend's grey weather, and enjoyed three live music venues, including The Black Hangar, hosting the best rock n roll acts; The Ricky Tick, which featured 60s MOD and soul performances and The Spitfire Pavilion, which included swing and big band acts.

Vintage car enthusiasts were treated to more than 1,000 exhibits on show from classic cars, airstream caravans, classic caravans, classic motorcycles, steam engines, hot rods, tear drop caravans, American RV’s, Portafold caravans, scooters and military vehicles.

There were also 250 stalls selling everything from vintage clothes, furniture, games, jewellery and more.

On Saturday, August 10, the Spitfire Pavilion hosted a 'Spitfire Cabaret', transporting visitors back to the days of vaudeville.

The event also included a 100-year-old steam fun fair for plus the fantastic Ken Fox Wall of Death performed all weekend.

All money from this year's Spitfire Cabaret, show guide sales and t-shirt sales will go to charity.