A 1940s-themed weekend with a vintage car show is returning to Norfolk for its second year following a successful first. 

The event will take place at Hingham Playing Field, by Abraham's Bar and Club House, on the weekend of June 14. 

There will be around 30 classic and retro cars, live music and dancing, street food and vintage clothes shopping.

Wymondham & Attleborough Mercury: There will be live music and vintage clothes shoppingThere will be live music and vintage clothes shopping (Image: Apollo Events)

Previous years have seen upwards of 1,000 people attend and featuring exhibits from the Norfolk Military Vehicle Group and the Dad's Army Museum in Thetford.

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A spokesman for Apollo Events, which organises the weekend, said: "Come celebrate the 40s with us and enjoy a weekend of spectacular entertainment from some of the UK's finest vintage vocalists.

Wymondham & Attleborough Mercury: Among the classic and retro cars will be a military exhibitAmong the classic and retro cars will be a military exhibit (Image: Apollo Events)

"Look at some of the best displays of militaria and living history, browse some of our amazing vintage traders and dance the Saturday night away with our evening jive."

New for 2024 is an outdoor cinema which will show some classic Second World War films.

Tickets start at £15 a day for adults and children under 12 go free at Hingham1940.eventbrite.com.