THOUSANDS of people are expected to flock to a free charity motor show and family fun day in Dorset this weekend.

More than 250 vehicles will be on display when Dorset Blind Association returns to Lulworth Castle on Sunday, May 21, between 11am and 4pm.

The event will feature classic cars to supercars, modified cars to motorbikes, Ferraris to Jaguars.

Visitors will enjoy live music from The Land Girls, Guggee 2000 Band and The Rock Choir.

Children will be entertained by the ever-popular Krazy Kev with performances and circus workshops throughout the day.

They can also have fun in the kids area, with bouncy castle, rides, face painting and stalls.

The showground will offer a variety of artisan stalls selling local produce and handmade goods, food and drinks. A raffle will be held on the day.

James Weld, owner of the Lulworth Estate and President of Dorset Blind Association, generously donates the use of the grounds for this unique motor show - the only one held at the Castle.

Gary Neild CEO of Blue Sky Financial Planning, the event’s platinum sponsor said: “Blue Sky Financial Planning are delighted to once again support the Dorset Blind Association, this time at the motor show at Lulworth Castle on the 21st May.”