A Ferrari Enzo and Star Wars characters greeted hundreds of people at a Hampshire car show.

The 14th Concorde Classics Car Show in Eastleigh raised £14,000 for Naomi House and Jacksplace.

The focus of this year’s event at the Concorde Club was the rare opportunity to win a dream ride in a Ferrari Enzo which was donated by owner Andy Pike and arranged by Sporting Bears Motor Club. 

Hampshire Chronicle: Concorde Classics Car Show in Eastleigh

Two winners had a ‘once in a lifetime’ ride in the supercar.

The event was successful despite the weather, with more than 130 classic, super and sports cars and 1,000 people in attendance. 

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Hampshire Chronicle: Concorde Classics Car Show in Eastleigh

Suzie Simmons, head of fundraising at Naomi House and Jacksplace, said: “The Concorde Classics Car Show is a highlight of the fundraising year at our charity. It’s such a wonderful event organised by an inspiring committee of volunteers who continue to support us every year. Despite the flurry of unexpected rain showers, people still came out in droves to enjoy the event, see the incredible cars on display and support our hospices.

“Thank you so much to everyone that volunteered their time and efforts to put on the show and to everyone that attended. We can’t wait to return again next year.”

Hampshire Chronicle: Concorde Classics Car Show in Eastleigh

Members of the 501 UK Garrison, gave up their time to entertain visitors as characters of the Star Wars, including Darth Vader, Boba Fett and others.

All money raised at the show will go towards supporting life-limited and life-threatened children, young adults and families. 

To find out more, visit www.naomihouse.org.uk.