The Heritage Motor Centre is preparing to host its first ever Toy and Collectors Fair, with over 150 exhibitors from across the UK attending.
Taking place on Sunday, November 24th, the event is expecting to attract hundreds of visitors, all turning up to see the thousands of collectables on sale, including items from the likes of Corgi, Dinky, Matchbox, Scalextric and Hornby.
The fair will also host TV, film and advertising collectables as well as teddy bears and dolls, inviting visitors to spend the day buying, selling, exchanging or valuing their vintage toys and collections.
The Heritage Motor Centre is also providing discounted entry to the Museum, hosting historical British cars such as the first and last Mini, the Thunderbirds Fab 1 car and the Jaguar 2000 Formula 1 car.
Tom Caren, show manager for the heritage Motor Centre, said: "We are delighted to be hosting our first Toy and Collectors Fair which I am sure will be incredibly popular with collectors of all ages.
"with huge selection of toys and models for sale, the Toy Fair promises to be a great day out."