Scooter enthusiasts from all over the UK have been singing the praises of Tenby following the success of the weekend’s Welsh National Scooter Rally.

Hundreds of riders made their way to the seaside town over the May Bank Holiday weekend to enjoy a host of events organised by the Scooter Collective South Wales.

Western Telegraph: Scooters found parking places all over town.Scooters found parking places all over town. (Image: Gareth Davies Photography)

The scooters started arriving in the resort on Friday, with rain failing to dampen the warm welcome they received.

“Tenby is a lovely place and so friendly,” said one happy rider.

Western Telegraph: Fabulous artwork on board.Fabulous artwork on board. (Image: Gareth Davies Photography)

And a member of the Liverpool Scooter Club said: “Fabulous weekend, great scooters, great camping facilities and awesome bands/entertainment.”

Western Telegraph: Badges and mirrors galore on this much-loved machine.Badges and mirrors galore on this much-loved machine. (Image: Gareth Davies Photography)

The event has been held in Tenby on a number of occasions, but this year's rally was particularly welcome as it was missing from the calendar last year.

Western Telegraph: We know who you are!We know who you are! (Image: Gareth Davies Photography)

With Saturday dawning dry and sunny, and a Friday night of Northern Soul and reggae behind them, the scooterists  were keen to take part in the afternoon ride-out, ahead of another night of entertainment.Western Telegraph: A fine line-up in Tudor Square.A fine line-up in Tudor Square. (Image: Gareth Davies Photography)

The De Valence Pavilion, The Ex-Servicemans Club and Tenby Rugby Club were the venues for the music events, with Tenby RFC ground on Heywood Lane providing camping facilities and hosting a custom show and traders' fair.

Western Telegraph: Scooter and helmet co-ordinates for this rider.Scooter and helmet co-ordinates for this rider. (Image: Gareth Davies Photography)

Another happy Welsh rally weekend came to a conclusion with an end of rally party held at the Rugby Club.