Open Secret success in Royston

Danielle Bass serves food from her Little Bake House stand, which won first prize for the best trade

Danielle Bass serves food from her Little Bake House stand, which won first prize for the best trade display. PICTURE: Clive Porter. - Credit: Archant

It was a chance for local businesses to show off their wares in the baking summer heat.

Chris Scott showing off his splendid 1953 Sunbeam Talbot Alpine, entered in the Classic Car Show. PI

Chris Scott showing off his splendid 1953 Sunbeam Talbot Alpine, entered in the Classic Car Show. PICTURE: Clive Porter. - Credit: Archant

Royston Open Secrets was a hit yet again when punters descended on The Heath for the annual summer fair on Sunday.

The day was packed with children’s activities, stalls from community groups and businesses, a dog show and more.

Car lovers were treated to an exhibition of more than 100 classic cars and 100 modified cars.

This year featured the first modified car competition and David Barnes took home the coveted prize for work done to his 2003 converted V W Camper Van, which took five years to complete.

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Another newcomer to the scene was company Kids Quads, based in Bassingbourn – who brought along a range of quads and bikes for children to try out.

Children were also entertained by exciting performances from Peter Piper Puppets.

David Barnes, winner of the Modified Vehicle section, with his 2003 converted V.W. Camper Van, which

David Barnes, winner of the Modified Vehicle section, with his 2003 converted V.W. Camper Van, which took 5 years to complete. - Credit: Archant

A section of the 70 strong members of the Meridian School chamber Choir played topical pieces relat

A section of the 70 strong members of the Meridian School chamber Choir played topical pieces relating to World War Two. - Credit: Archant

Nick Salmon's Austin 7 Opal with the town crier. PICTURE: Nick Salmon

Nick Salmon's Austin 7 Opal with the town crier. PICTURE: Nick Salmon - Credit: Archant

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