The Deer’s Hut is gearing up for its 32nd classic car day, on Father’s Day, this weekend.

All roads will lead to the Griggs Green pub where hundreds of vehicles and classic motorbikes will be on show.

Landlady Deborah Steel told The Herald: “Our classic car day is open to all enthusiasts and no pre-booking is required, so just turn up on the day.

“Entry is free with all donations going to local groups and charities in particular the Liphook Scouts and Guides.

“This year we are also raising money for a defibrillator to be based at the pub, to support the community and the increased number of visitors to Weavers Down.”

Other attractions include a real ale pavilion, burgers cooked by the Scouts and Guides and live music from local bands Let The Good Times Roll and The Simply Jazz Quintet as well as vintage fairground rides from Hollycombe Steam and a Fire Engine to entertain the children.

The fun gets under way from 10am, on Sunday, June 17.

Prizes are sponsored by estate agents Clarke Gammon Wellers for the best turned out and eye-catching vehicles.