Easter Sunday will see a seaside promenade lined with some of the coolest classic cars in Wales and the North West when Cars & Coffee on the Prom returns for its fifth year of wowing visitors and enthusiasts.

The static display opposite the Cayley embankment in Rhos-on-Sea attracts around 100 vehicles every third Sunday of the month from April to September, bringing added interest for passers-by taking a morning stroll.

Chris Proudlove, who established the event in the town, said: “The first Cars and Coffee in April 2015 attracted half a dozen cars. The idea was to bring activity to the prom and local businesses and it just seemed to take off. It has proved to be a real attraction for both local residents and visitors.

“On a fine day, scores of wonderful cars turn up ranging in age from the 1930s to future classics of the present day from as far away as Lancashire and North Staffordshire and Shropshire. Our Facebook page has more than 500 followers.”

In previous years, visitors have included everyone’s favourite: a string of beautifully restored Minis to Morgans, Lotus Elans, Porsches, Caterhams, Tigers, Westfields, Morris Minors, Triumphs, a Rover 90, a magnificent Noble, and even the full-blown Subaru WRX Sti rally car driven by local girl Jade Paveley, 2018 Junior Champion, Class 7 winner and third overall in the Welsh Tarmac Competition.

The organisers will again be collecting donations for the North Wales Air Ambulance, hoping to beat last year’s total of almost £160.

The event is open to cars of any marque or age. Assembly is from 9.00am and attendance is entirely free of charge. Coffee and other refreshments are available to purchase from the Cayley tea hut.

Future dates are May 19, June 16, July 21, August 18 and the chequered flag on September 15.