Fiftieth celebrations go up a gear
A Yalding charity put the wheels of its 50th anniversary celebrations in motion with a classic car show on Sunday.
Petrol heads were able to admire a range of vintage vehicles at the Kenward Trust’s headquarters in Kenward Road, where there were 70 cars on show ranging from a 1930s Austin 7, to two Ford Mustangs, a Daimler Dart and a Triumph TR7.
The organisation has been helping to rehabilitate people with drug and alcohol addictions since 1968.
The celebration included craft stalls selling produce grown or made by Kenward residents, a children’s funfair; face painting; and the trust’s alpacas.
Penny Williams, the new Ken- ward chief executive, said: “We were delighted to welcome the classic car owners and many others, young and old, to another excellent event in the series we are organising throughout 2018.
“We are confident that Kenward will provide top quality, professional care and support for those in recovery for many years to come.”