Fraserburgh Vintage Car Rally will return to the Broch for the 23rd time this Sunday, June 1.
The ever popular event regularly attracts people to the North-east, with a plethora of vintage vehicles turning the Fraserburgh Leisure Centre into a hive of activity.
This year’s event, sponsored by John Williamson 1988, promises to be no different, the Vintage Car Rally coinciding with the Centenary of the First World War - a commemorative display one of the many attractions making an appearance.
The Scottish Lumberjacks demonstration team, Formula 2 stock cars and the return of the Nimrod aircraft section will also be likely to leave both visitors and locals with fond family memories of the Rally.
Commenting on the continued success of the event, organised by James J. and Catherine Gray, local councillor Charles Buchan said: “I am very pleased that the Fraserburgh Vintage Car Rally is about to come round again, and I am looking forward to seeing the vast range of old and even ancient vehicles on display. This is the 23rd year of the Rally, and now the Rally is firmly established in both the local and national calendars, with entries coming from far afield.
“A visit to the Rally on Fraserburgh Links makes a great day out, not only for enthusiasts, but for families, with the welcoming atmosphere, and activities. The community thanks James and Catherine Gray yet again for organising the event, and also John Williamson for his support.
“I hope that crowds of Brochers will turn out, and the weather holds good.”