Vintage and modern tractors wormed their way around county roads on Sunday for the annual West Coast Vintage Tractor Trundle.

And it was not just tractors.Among the 75 vehicles were a tank, lorries, motor bikes and more.

One of the organisers, Joanne Slater, has had no choice but to be interested in vintage tractors.

She is in the catering business by day but her hobby follows that of her father, grandfather and uncles - collecting and restoring old tractors.

She said Sunday's event had attracted more entries than usual.

"We often have 30 or 40 but I think this year everyone just wanted to get outside after the affect Covid has had."

She said entries had come from all over Cumbria to join in the trundle which ends at St Bees.

"We make sure that we are using the less busy road," she said, realising how difficult it would be to be stuck behind 79 tractors on a main road!"

Secretary Jim Bennett said it was definitely the best turnout in the nearly 30 years the trundle has been going.

"It was started by Ted Biggins, who is still involved. The first couple of meetings saw about five or six entries but it has grown a lot.

He said this year a family who had moved from down south brought a tank.

"We had entries from Millom. South Lakes, Carlisle - all over!"

The organisation holds a July event at Hayes Castle at which they raise money for Cancer Research.

"That is out biggest event. This one is just a trundle to St Bees. We have three pit stops - for soup, tea and mince pies and to present prizes."

The best tractor award went to Eric Yeoman from Carlisle.

Most original tractor was Ken Slater of Egremont.

Graham Calvin from Cleator Moor won the prize for the best other vehicle for his Lions Brewery van.