An extravagant display of British cars will be on show at the Granville Parklands, Gingin, with two-piece band Double Trouble headlining in the music shell stage. There will be performances throughout the day from the Kalamunda District Pipe Band.

Originating in 1989, the British Car Day is a free-entry event held every year on the third Sunday of May.

This year, celebrations promise to exceed expectations as the Gingin British Car Day now shares the calendar with National Motoring Heritage Day.

The scenic pool at the bottom of the park will host an array of working model boats from the Australian Model Ship Society.

Other entertainment will include dancers from Roxanne’s Dance Workshop who will add colour and motion to the dance floor in front of the music shell.

A huge variety of market stalls selling jewellery, massages and local produce is sure to delight local shoppers.

Hot food, Devonshire teas, ice cream, fairy floss and cool drinks will be available all day and a licensed bar will give visitors the opportunity to enjoy a very English ‘half a pint and a pork pie’.