Gear up for the 'biggest and best' motorshow yet
The Motorshow is back, and it's looking bigger and better than ever.
The Scunthorpe Telegraph Motorshow, being held at Normanby Hall Country Park, on Sunday, gives visitors the opportunity to get up close to some of the latest models available.
Staff from the area's best-known showrooms will be on hand to offer advice on the latest makes and models, plus provide visitors with information about prices, deals and finance.
Some of the dealers taking part include Read Hyundai, Westgate, Stratstone, Burrells, Hartwell Scunthorpe and Stoneacre
For most people, the Scunthorpe Motorshow is a chance for those in the market for a new car to have a really good look at what's on offer.
But for others, it's just a great day out.
Of course, as in previous years, there will be plenty going on throughout the day to keep the whole family entertained, including performances by the Lincs Majorettes.
The troupe has been providing a fun, safe environment for dancers since 2008. The troupe has members from three years up to adult and competes at least twice a year at national competitions with United Baton Twirlers and the Great Britain Baton Twirling Association.
Over the past four years the troupe has gained numerous awards at these events and the results have had constant improvement each time.
The troupe has also had a number of awards from Cleethorpes Carnival Parade, and displays at a number of shows around the county during the summer months, such as Broughton Show in July.
The troupe trains in the disciplines of baton twirling, pom routines, military marching formations and flag routines.
Entry to the Scunthorpe Telegraph Motorshow costs £1 for adults, while children under 16 and Normanby Hall Country Park season ticket holders go free.
The gates open at 9am and close at 4pm.