Lovers of classic cars are in for a treat next month.

The date is May 13 and the event is Stirling and District Classic Car Club’s annual show.

It is billed as the Charity Classic Car Show, with more than £75,000 raised for worthy causes over the past 12 years.

A spokesperson said: “Stirling and District Car Club is proud to showcase over 600 classic vehicles, which many will remember from their youth. The majority of exhibits will be cars, with a selection of commercial and military vehicles.

“In addition, a variety of trade stalls, children’s rides, an inflatable slide and a trampoline, will make it a day for all the family to enjoy and also provide funds for really worthwhile local charities.

“Alloa Bowmar Pipe Band will also add a unique Scottish ambience to the entertainment by performing during the day.

“The broad selection and high standard of vehicles brought to the show is exceptional and the owners spend considerable time preparing their entry for the show.”

The show is being held at Strathallan Games Park at Dunblane, near Stirling. Starting at 10.30am, adult entry is £5, including programme, and there is no charge for children under 15. Parking is free.

Today’s images from previous shows are of a 1938 Austin 7 Ruby, a 1960 Jaguar Mark IX and a 1938 MG TA plus stunning replicas of a 1960s AC Cobra 289 and a Porsche Speedster from the 1950s.