A CONVOY of classic Mini cars took part in a rally from Wirral to Wales.
Over 120 of the iconic cars could be seen racing across the borough to the Welsh coast.
Local club, Wirral Minis, organised the rally which began in Bromborough and finished on Llandudno promenade – a 50-mile trip.
All models of classic Minis took part in Sunday’s rally, which saw them navigate 679ft up the Great Orme.
This was the club’s 14th annual run and has cars from all over the country take part.
The planned route is the A55 and A494 to Rhos-On-Sea promenade for a short break, on to Llandudno and up the huge headland, then back down to the seafront.
Founder member of Wirral Minis, Dave Sanderson, from Neston, drove a Mini Traveller for the rally.
He said: “Minis come from all over the country as far as Kent took part. But generally participants were fairly local to Wirral and the north west.
“It is a great day out and it’s an annual occasion regardless of the weather, and such a great sight to see all the different minis together in convoy.”
Tracy Duckers was one of the marshals at the event.
She added: “The event is very popular with everyone. The weather was fine and it was a really good get together with Mini owners from all over taking part.”
For more details about Wirral Minis, email: wirralminis13 @btopenworld.com