People travelled from far and wide for a popular motoring event.

More than 1,000 trucks descended on Malvern over the weekend as Truckfest West Midlands returned to the Three Counties Showground.

Event director, Bob Limming, was delighted with how everything went and is already looking ahead to next year’s Truckfest.

He said: "Truckfest West Midlands was another successful event at the Three Counties Showground, with over 1,000 trucks on display.

“The team at Truckfest always look forward to coming to Malvern with the spectacular views of the Malvern Hills in the background and the super friendly people coming to see the mighty display of trucks, stunt bikes and Monster trucks.

“We look forwards to welcoming you all again next year, and as always we want to say a big thank you to all who came over the weekend - we always really appreciate your support."

Malvern Gazette: There were all kinds of vehicles on displayThere were all kinds of vehicles on display (Image: Keefus Irvine)

Thousands of people attended Truckfest West Midlands, with some hundreds of miles specifically for the event, including David Curtis, who made the three-hour journey from Saffron Walden in Essex.

He said: “I thought the event was very well run and plenty of artwork on some of the lorries which look spectacular.

“I came with my autistic brother-in-law who has a massive passion for lorries and trucks.”

Visiting on the Saturday (July 1) was motorhead Jon Shephard.

He said: "The show itself was amazing with lots of top quality builds and a huge credit to the haulage companies."