Classy chassis will be on display over Easter to raise cash for for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.

A classic car show with more than 50 vintage vehicles will take place at The Airedale Heifer, Sandbeds, on Easter Monday to raise cash The charity event is the idea of local Morris Minor enthusiast Simon Shelley, who has his own reasons for supporting the charity. Simon, who originally hails from Essex, says: "I used to be an engineer with Radio Caroline in the late seventies so I know what it's like to be isolated at sea when the only people you can call on are the RNLI."

Simon and fellow Morris Minor renovator Jim Pickles will be displaying their marvellous motors alongside a wide variety of vehicles including bikes and trucks.

The event will run from noon until 4pm and entrance is free.

The Keighley Ladies' RNLI Guild is also holding a flag day in the Airedale Centre on Saturday from 10am to 4pm.Anyone who would like to help with the collection should contact chairman Judy Hazlehurst, who will be based in Boots the Chemist on the day.

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