This weekend will see the 40th anniversary of the Clwyd Veteran and Vintage Machinery Society's annual show.

Taking place at Oswestry Showground, the event will feature a ruby Austin 7 to celebrate its ruby anniversary.

There will be more than 150 cars making an appearance at the weekend, ranging in model and make, everything from classic to vintage which will all be over 30 years old.

The show will be opened by Oswestry Town Mayor, Councillor Sandy Best at 10.30am on Saturday, June 16.

Gordon Davies, a member of the society, said that there is plenty on the programme for the family to enjoy across the two-day event.

"There will be something for everyone to enjoy," said Gordon.

"We'll have cars, motorbikes and tractors, as well as children's entertainers, a military display, a treasure hunt and a fun dog show.

"There will also be trade stands, crafts stalls and refreshments so there will be plenty to see and do."

Gordon has been a member of the society since 1976, when he and his wife started off as car stewards.

The show has grown over the past 40 years, with the record number of cars reaching 190. This is the 18th year it has taken place at Oswestry Showground, which Gordon says is the perfect venue.

"The tarmac roads throughout the grounds make it very easy for the drivers," he said.

"But with all the stalls and stands, it's a really great atmosphere at the show.

"And with it being Father's Day on the Sunday, it's a great place to take your dads."

The annual show takes place from 10am to 5pm on Saturday, June 16 and Sunday, 10am to 4.30pm.

Tickets cost £7 for an adult, £4 for children under 16 and a family ticket for two adults and two children costs £15.