Helmingham Hall's Festival of Classic and Sports Cars is set to return in 2024 as the estate announces the date for the hugely popular show. 

At last year's event, more than 8,000 people arrived at the grade I-listed building and estate to have a look at the 1,100 exhibiting cars that were on display for the event.

The car festival will be available to view on Sunday, August 4 between 10am and 5pm.

East Anglian Daily Times: More than 1,100 cars were displayed last yearMore than 1,100 cars were displayed last year (Image: Ginger Pickle Marketing)

From Aston Martins that could feature in a Bond film to a 1913 Humber, last year's festival had modern and classic cars in all shapes, sizes and colours.

There will also be trade and craft stalls, live music, and local food and drink stalls, as well as Helmingham Hall's shop and Wrights Café, which will be serving toasties and cakes throughout the day.

East Anglian Daily Times: Tickets cost £10 per personTickets cost £10 per person (Image: Ginger Pickle Marketing)

The listed gardens will also be open to ticketholders, who will have access for free.

Tickets start from £10 per person and can be purchased now via the Helmingham Hall website.

Money raised throughout the day will go to support East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.