On the 2nd September hundreds of cars attended the Pembrokeshire Classic Car Run which starts at The Pembrokeshire County Showground, Haverfordwest. Now in its 21st anniversary year this is a popular Annual event. Vehicles and motorbikes of varying ages from all over the UK took part. They ranged from cars and bikes from the early days of motoring, to kit cars and sporty hatchbacks of the 21st century.

The run itself started and finished at the Pembrokeshire County Showground and circumnavigated the County, following a route of about 85 miles on A-class roads, including a halfway stop at the Dyfed Shire Horse Farm and a motorcade around the Historic town of Cardigan.

The Classic Car Run organisers Jeff and Sian Edwards said “We are extremely grateful to all sponsors, in particular the Western Telegraph, The Dyfed Shire Horse Farm, the marshals who make the run possible and Pembrokeshire Agricultural Society for the use of their magnificent showground and their general help and assistance.”

“We are really pleased that The Pembrokeshire Classic Car Run has chosen The Paul Sartori Foundation as their charity this year” said Phil Thompson MBE, Chair of Paul Sartori Foundation.