SOME of the Wee County's most stunning vehicles will be on display next month at an upcoming classic car show.

The Forth Valley Classic Cars event will take place at the games park in Bridge of Allan for the first time since 2019.

The show, run by the Stirling & District Classic Car Club, is set for Sunday, May 8, with the gates opening to the public at 10.30am.

More than 500 vehicles have already registered to attend, including a wide variety of car clubs.

The show has been an ever-growing event since beginning in 2005 and to date the club has donated more than £95,000 from show proceeds to 45 local charities, and it hopes to be able to support one or more charities again this year.

There will be a very wide range of vehicles on display, including commercials, motorcycles and modern classics, along with the usual trade stands and autojumbles.

The club has more than 80 members of all ages and owning a vehicle is not a requirement to join, nor is knowledge about how cars work.

Members range from total novices through to time-served mechanics and engineers and members have a wide variety of vehicles - from veteran right up to the present day, British and foreign and concourse examples to restoration projects.

Members enjoy regular meetings, classic car shows, club e-newsletter, runs and visits.

Most importantly they get to share knowledge, experience and advice with a new group of friends with similar interests.

The club meets fortnightly at 7.30pm on a Tuesday at the Birds & Bees in Causewayhead.

Search Stirling and District Classic Car Club on Facebook for more information.