CARS of all eras were on display when the Festival of Motoring returned to High Street on Sunday.

More than 100 cars, bikes and trikes lined the town centre, with mayor of Test Valley Councillor Ian Carr judging the vehicles.

Sponsors BP Rolls Automotive and Venture Security Management awarded winners with certificates and the overall Best in Show trophy.

Town centre manager Gemma Thompson said: “It was a fantastic day; great turn out of vehicles despite the last minute postponement from September.

“Lots of newcomers this year with a really good range and quality keeping the festival fresh and interesting.

“The high street was busy throughout the day with visitors enjoying the buzzing atmosphere and live music from local performers.

“Massive thanks to our sponsors BP Rolls Automotive, Venture Security Management and the St Mary’s ward councillors - without their generosity and support the event would not have happened.”

The day also raised more than £400 raised for the Countess of Brecknock Hospice.

John Russell Fox manager Barry Price said the pub’s Sunday was “exceptionally busy” due to extra visitors and Café Nero deputy manager Maria Gary said the shop had one of its busiest days this year.

Among the seven winners and runners up, Alan Rogers with his Harley Davidson picked up Best Motorbike, while Dave Barraclough won Best Sports Car displaying his 2015 Jaguar F Type.

Best in Show went to Martyn Powell with his Sebring, also winning a Skid Pan driving experience prize from Thruxton Racing.