Start your engines and head to Paisley this summer as CarFest returns to the town.
St Vincent’s Hospice will bring the hugely popular event back to Paisley on Saturday 16th June and a fun day out for all the family is guaranteed.
Locals and visitors will be able to see a range of classic, vintage and specialist custom cars on show, as well as super cars, motorbikes, Remote Control cars and more.
The cars will be on show at locations around Paisley town centre, including Abbey Close, County Square, The Cenotaph, High Street and Johnston Street from 10 am until 4 pm on 16th June.
As well as treats for motoring enthusiasts, there will be plenty of family-friendly fun with fairground rides, children’s entertainment, live music, stalls, tombola and a prize raffle.
The event will kick off with a procession of more than 100 cars taking part from Renfrew Road into the town centre at 8.30am.
This is the fifth year of St. Vincent’s CarFest and is organised by MaxSafe and sponsored by Paisley First.
It’s the event’s second visit to Paisley town centre, with all funds raised on the day supporting St. Vincent’s Hospice in Howwood.
Make sure you don’t miss CarFest on Saturday 16th June.