A fleet of luxury cars converged on a 13th-century Deeside estate yesterday.
About 50 Jaguars and Daimlers assembled at Drum Castle for the Grampian Region of Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club’s 16th annual gathering and car show.
The event is understood to have raised thousands of pounds for this year’s chosen cause – the South West Aberdeenshire Citizens Advice Bureau.
The charity – which has centres in Westhill, Banchory, Aboyne, Alford, Tarland, Lonach, Ballater and Braemar – has reported a rise in its workload since the downturn in the oil and gas industry.
Grampian Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club committee member, Stuart Ellis said: “It went very well. It was chilly and cloudy but we had quite a lot of people and from about 1pm until 3.30pm, there were queues to get into Drum Castle.
“There were a few visitors up from Tayside and a few from the Jaguar Drivers’ Club. We gave a cup to the person who travelled the furthest. He came 486 miles to get to us from down south.”