Camper vans of all shapes and sizes were on display as hundreds of spectators descended on Weston Park.
Vintage and custom VW buses were once again the star attraction at the annual Camper Jam weekend, now in its eighth year.
Camper Jam, which took over Weston Park this weekend, attracted 16,000 VW lovers. As well as quirky motorhomes, other highlights included live bands, hundreds of trade stands and a fun fair.
Shelley Bond, event director, said: “With live bands, hundreds of traders, a food village, plenty of children’s activities, a fun fair and our ever-popular family dog show and cooking competitions, we’ve pulled out all the stops to make Camper Jam 2015 entertaining for all ages.
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“This is known as a truly family friendly, fun-filled show, and despite having so many activities on offer, you’ll always find a chilled out, take it easy vibe at our shows – perfect for the holiday season. Camper Jam has grown to the point where all of our weekend camping slots had sold out weeks before the show and we welcomed a total of 16,000 people over three days.
“That’s a testament to the popularity of the iconic VW Bus and the strong reputation of this annual event.
Everyone had a great time in the sun.”