VINTAGE enthusiasts from across Munster arrived in Camp on Sunday for the tenth annual Camp Junction Vintage Rally in aid of the Kerry Hospice Foundation and the Kerry Cancer Support Group.
Despite the adverse weather large crowds turned out for the event which once again took place at the rear of the Junction Bar, where vintage tractors, threshers, cars and motorcycles were on show throughout the day.
The event also offered visitors a first hand view of sheep shearing, threshing, hay making and butter making while there was also a range of entertainment, including the ever popular dog show, laid on for the youngsters throughout the day.
The wet and blustery conditions didn't put off the crowds and hundreds of people defied the atrocious weather to visit the day long event.
Mike Fitzgerald of the Junction Bar, one of the organisers of the Vintage Rally, said he was pleased with the turnout.
"The weather was bad and it put a bit of a dampener on things early on but we still had a good crowd. People started gathering early and there was a nice crowd here all day," he said.
All money raised on the day will go to the Kerry Hospice Foundation's Palliative Care Unit Fund and the Kerry Cancer Support Group who provide bus transport between Kerry and Cork for cancer patients.