Convoy of 60 vehicles will set off from Cromer to Great Yarmouth
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A convoy of classic cars and bikes is taking to the county's roads to raise funds for a centre which enriches the lives of people with disabilities.
More than 60 vehicles from steam cars to motorcycles will set off from Cromer to Great Yarmouth seafront on Sunday, July 9 in aid of Centre 81, a charity-run centre at Tar Works Road, Yarmouth.
Its annual Classic Car Run, now in its sixth year, has raised £9,250.
Centre 81 chief executive Diana Staines said: 'This is a really great event that celebrates classic vehicles, and helps to take awareness of, and fundraising for, Centre 81 further afield around Norfolk.'
The 2017 run returns to its first start venue, Cromer's Runton Road car park. Cars will leave at 10am on a 60-mile route via Blickling Hall, Coltishall, and Horsey, before going on show at Marine Gardens in Yarmouth. Entries can turn up on the day. Entry is free but donations are requested for centre funds,