The annual Western Telegraph Pembrokeshire County Run is taking place this Sunday.

Cars from all over the UK will leave the Pembrokeshire County Showground at 10.30am, undertaking a 100-mile route via St Davids, Fishguard, Newport, Crymych, Clynderwen, Narberth, Tenby, Carew and Canaston Bridge. The run is expected to finish back at the showground at around 2pm.

Leading the grand parade will be the Morris Minor Panda car and the Vauxhall Victor 101 Ambulance. The ambulance is the only one of its kind in the whole of the UK.

The Pembrokeshire Scooter Club is also taking part in the run for the first time and courtesy of the Fishguard and Goodwick Lions, there will be a refreshment stop for drivers on the Moors Park in Goodwick.

Approximate run times: St Davids:11am; Goodwick/Fishguard: 11.30am; Newport: Noon; Crymych/Clynderwen: 12.30pm; Narberth/Begelly: 1pm; Tenby and Carew/Bluestone and Canaston Bridge roundabouts: From 1.30pm onwards; Finish line at Pembrokeshire County Showground: 2pm.

Are you going to be taking photographs as the hundreds of cars make their way through the Pembrokeshire countryside?

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