THERE were plenty of classic cars and bikes taking to the roads of south Pembrokeshire during the recent Western Telegraph South Pembrokeshire & Carmarthen Bay Run 2017.

The event, celebrating its 21st anniversary year, promotes Pembrokeshire and supports the Paul Sartori Foundation.

Founders and organisers Jeff and Sian Edwards, of Pembrokeshire County Motoring Events, hailed the run as a great success.

Many magnificent motor vehicles and motorbikes, from the early days of motoring to eye-catching exhibits from the 21st century, lined up at the start line at the Croft Holiday Park in Reynalton to take part in the 34 mile motoring tour to the seaside resort of Tenby, via Laugharne, Pendine, Amroth and Saundersfoot.

A number of vehicles joined along the route, and, by the time they had all arrived at the North Beach Park in Tenby, after a brief stop at Meadow House Holiday Park, just over 200 vehicles had taken part.

Jeff and Sian said: “It was an enjoyable day from start to finish with all our motoring friends meeting up for the first time since the end of the 2016 season and for supporting such a good cause.

“Grateful thanks to the Western Telegraph, Celtic Holiday Parks, Paul Sartori Foundation and Pembrokeshire County Council.”

Jeff and Sian are now putting the final touches to their next motoring event, the Western Telegraph Preseli Bluestone Run 2017, in aid of the British Heart Foundation on Sunday June 11.