A host of vintage vehicles descended on Fangfoss for a rally in aid of Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
The 13th annual Wolds Vintage Rally was held on a field off Station Road in the village, with vintage vehicles including cars, tractors and motorcycles, among the attractions.
The event, last Saturday and Sunday, also featured stationary engines, working area, trade stalls, bouncy castle, tombola and a wild west show.
There was also a parade of vehicles through Pocklington on Saturday as part of the event.
Funds raised from the rally will be donated to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
Andy Trezise, chairman of the Wolds Vintage Group, which organised the rally, said: “On Sunday afternoon it rained, it spoiled things a bit. It was busy on Saturday. Hundreds of people attended.” The Wolds Vintage Group is now organising a tractor road run to raise more funds for Yorkshire Air Ambulance. It will take place on 18 October, starting at Partridge Hall Farm in Burnby at 10am. Anyone with a vintage tractor can take part.
See this week’s paper (30 July) for more pictures from this event