Vintage tractors and bikes have helped to raise £1,000 for primary school funds.
Crowds of people went along to Marshland St James Primary School to admire a host of classic cars and terrific tractors on Saturday.
The event was organised by the Friends of the School, who were delighted to have raised a record £1,122.78.
Treasurer Sharon Cragg said; “It went fantastically well. The sun shone and it was lovely. It could not have been better.”
Along with a host of vintage vehicles to admire, visitors were also treated to entertainment in the arena.
Wisbech Town Football Club showed off their fancy footwork and ball skills during a display.
Some school pupils also took part in the dance display organised by Dance Unique, plus there was a BMX display by members of KLAS-A.
A special something was added to the event thanks to a flypast by two Spitfires.
The event also included donkey rides and Norfolk Owls were also present, along with King’s Lynn Beekeepers.
Demonstrations were given by lacemakers, wool spinners and wood turners.