HUNDREDS gathered to celebrate an annual car show held at a Flintshire beauty spot.

The Clwyd Practical Classics Car Show was held at Barlow's Caravan Park, near Mold, for flocks of visitors to attend as temperatures neared 30C in Flintshire.

Video and images by Beth Hughes

Funds from entry fees and some proceedings were gratefully received by the Stroke Association Charity, who work to prevent stroke, and to support everyone touched by stroke, fund research, and campaign for the rights of stroke survivors of all ages.

This year marks the 28th year of the Clwyd Practical Classics show, with over 600 showcased cars and over 40 brick-a-brack, car parts, and second-hand stalls on site.

Last year's event raised over £6,800 for Prostate Cymru, and since 1990, the Classic Car Club show has raised almost £76,500 for charities worthy of cause.

The car show is a popular event among locals, and even attracts crowds across the UK with its nearby caravan and tent site.