CAR enthusiasts will have a motoring feast this weekend, as a wide selection of classic motors make their way into Bradford.

The city centre will be filled with some of the finest vintage cars, meanwhile elsewhere the Ilkley Summer Festival continues in the town and mystical creatures will be heading to Keighley.

Centenary Square will be lined with some of the finest classic vehicles from the past 90 years tomorrow for the Bradford Classic Car Show.

Scores of historic and much-loved motors will fill the square, dating from 1920s vehicles all the way through to more modern classics.

Mini Coopers, Mercedes-Benz, and racing cars to name just a few will be on show to browse, from 10am to 4pm.

A selection of classic police vehicles will also be on display in the square, courtesy of the Bradford Police Museum which is based in the nearby City Hall.

Over at the Broadway, some stars of the big and small screen will also be on display.

General Lee from the Dukes of Hazzard, Doc Brown’s time-travelling DeLorean from Back to the Future and Ghostbusters replica cars will all be on show in the shopping centre.

At the Bradford Industrial Museum in Eccleshill, former workers from the Bradford car company Jowett are holding a reunion event tomorrow.

The 32nd annual meet up welcomes former employees of Jowett, and members of the Jowett car club. The company produced vehicles in Bradford for half a century from 1904 to 1954, headquartered in Idle.

As well as the reunion and a number of cars being on display at the museum, in Moorside Mills, Moorside Road, a group of a dozen vehicles will also be parading through the area tomorrow morning.

Colin Dennison, a member of the Jowett car club, said: “There will be examples of most models that Jowett cars made, and a cavalcade of approximately 12 Jowett cars will be leaving Morrisons in Five Lane Ends at 11.15am and driving to the Industrial Museum. The event is open to the public.”

Over in Keighley, a magical afternoon is planned tomorrow for the Oakworth Fairy Festival.

Organised by the Friends of Holden Park, it will take place from midday onwards at Holden Park, Colne Road.

There will be live entertainment, stalls, food, and workshops, along with fancy dress competitions for visitors and their pet pooches.

Also continuing this weekend is the Ilkley Summer Festival.

Ilkley flower and vegetable show will start tomorrow at 2pm at the Clarke Foley Centre, with a number of stalls selling a variety of items alongside the award-winning flowers and vegetables.

Also taking place tomorrow will be a performance from the Two Rivers Swing Band at the bandstand from 2pm, and a continental market is taking place from 8am each day in The Grove.