The North Berwick Rotary Club staged its fifth annual classic car tour, raising £8,000 for local charities.
The tour saw 53 classic cars travel from North Berwick to Carfraemill in the Scottish Borders, before returning to the county for dinner and the prize giving at Gosford House.
A wide range of classic cars were on display, including Ferarris, Jaguars and Porsches, as they toured the south east of the country.
It was the event’s fifth year, with over £30,000 raised over the past five years.
This year’s event raised £8,000 for mental health charity Stepping Out and East Lothian Young Carers.
Gordon Symon, organizer of the car tour, said: “Over 50 classic cars gathered at Tesco in North Berwick for the start of the local Rotary Club’s fifth classic car tour.
“Local rally legend and mechanic Gerry Fitzelle’s rally car was on display.
“The cars were flagged down on their 130 mile tour at 10am and followed a route through East Lothian and over Sutra to the Carfraemill Hotel where they stopped for a coffee .
“Then they looped through the Borders before returning to Carfraemill for lunch, and until arriving at Gosford House via the hill road through the Lammermuirs.
“Although it was cold, they were lucky to have dry weather and all but one of the cars made it to the finish.
“Thanks to the generous sponsorship of Gilson Gray and other local businesses, as well as the drivers themselves, a magnificent sum of over £8,000 has been raised for Stepping Out, East Lothian Young Carers and the Rotary charities. ”
The club thanked everyone who helped make the day a success, with a special mention to Gordon Symon, whose hard work organizing the tour made the event possible.