Classic cars will be lining the streets of North Berwick once again as the sixth annual classic car tour returns to the town.

The event is run by North Berwick Rotary Club, with all the proceeds helping raise funds for a mixture of local, national and international charities.

The five previous tours have already raised more than £40,000 for causes locally and abroad.

Rotarians said that there were no restrictions on what car people might want to enter, with a classic being “defined as a car that is cherished by the owner”.

This year’s event takes place on Sunday, April 23, with cars starting from the Tesco car park before enjoying a trip through the Scottish Borders – where tourers will enjoy lunch – and then returning to North Berwick.

Entrants will then enjoy an evening meal at the Marine North Berwick, with a variety of prizes.

Entries have now opened for the event and more than half of the 60 spaces have already been claimed.

A North Berwick Rotary spokesperson said: “The sixth classic car tour, run by North Berwick Rotary Club, takes place on Sunday, April 23, and entries are now being accepted.

“The tour starts at Tesco in North Berwick, and then proceeds to the Philiphaugh Hotel in Selkirk for coffee and lunch, with a drive up the beautiful Ettrick valley in between.

“After lunch it’s back to North Berwick for an evening meal at the Marine hotel, where various prizes will be presented, two of which are for the cars which judges select at the start and end of the tour as being the ones they would most like to take home.

“There is no restriction on cars that may enter.

“A classic is defined as a car that is cherished by its owner, and none is too big or too small or too old or too new.

“Already entered are a 1961 Wolseley and a 2018 Ford Mustang, and everything in between.”

Entry for the event is a minimum £50 charity donation. Further details can be found at northber or by emailing