VINTAGE cars and motorbikes are set to roll into Denbigh for the Motor Show 2019.

It is the first time the show will take place on the same day as the carnival with the aim to offer a wider variety of entertainment.

As well as the more common means of transport, the show will feature tractors, trucks and rally cars which may have some interesting and unexpected backstories.

The Motor Show takes place from 11am to 5pm. Entry for the show is free.

Away from the Motor Show, there will be an ambulance on display by St John Cymru to commemorate First World War medical servicemen after the centenary anniversary last year.

The ambulance was donated to them by their former Prior, Dan Clayton Jones, and renovated to replicate the vehicles used by St John Cymru during the First World War. It will be accompanied by a range of historical first aid items that have been used through the last 100 years.

Where to park...

Parking for the public attending the carnival is limited. All the main access routes will be restricted during the carnival and parking restrictions are enforced by the police. There is no road access to the field for visitors. Only authorised vehicles will be able to park on the carnival field and movement of vehicles is prohibited while the event takes place.

Locations for short-term parking include Lidl, Denbigh Retail park, Plas Pigot and Denbigh Leisure Centre. Parking restrictions will apply.

Disabled badge holders requiring access to the carnival should contact the committee to secure limited free parking.

For more information, call the committee on 01745 812694.