WEST PIER was teaming with VWs as more than 150 vehicles turned up to take part in the Scarborough Breeze Rally.
Now in its fourth year, the event saw VW owners enjoy a weekend of fun at Arosa Caravan Park in Seamer, before riding out to the West Pier on Sunday.
Throughout the rally fundraising activities were held in aid of the Make A Wish Foundation, which grants the wishes of young people living with life-threatening illnesses.
It is not yet known how much money was raised in total, though a raffle alone collected more than £190.
Event organiser Joanne Greaves said: “We had an absolutely fantastic weekend, the rally went really well.
“We had about 160 vehicles, and hundreds of people stopped by to have a look and see what was going on.
“People were really supportive of the Make A Wish Foundation, and everyone really enjoyed getting together in the sun in Scarborough.”
Ms Greaves paid thanks to Giulian Alonzi, of the Harbour Bar, who helped make the rally possible through sponsoring the event. She also thanked Cllr Janet Jefferson for help organising the rally, Scarborough Council, and staff at the Arosa Caravan Park.