Broadtown Brewery saw hundreds of people flood through its pub doors for the 2024 Wiltshire Steam and Vintage Rally 2024.

The event, which was held from Saturday, June 8 to Sunday, June 9, saw vintage vehicles, craft stalls and food vendors take to Broadtown Brewery's Hop Gardens which opened for the first time this year.

It marked the 50th Anniversary of the Wiltshire Agricultural Preservation Group and the first time the rally had ever been hosted in Broad Town.

The first day of the weekend event saw between 600-700 exhibitors show off their trains, cars, tractors and vans, while staff at the Hop Chapel served up an array of Broadtown Brewery ales and Lilley's Cider.

Speaking to the Adver before the event, pub owner Jason Bayliffe said: "It’s been a huge amount of work preparing for this event and we’ve just been trying to get the garden looking pretty and wonderful.

“This will be the first weekend that we’re opening Hop Gardens to host the Wiltshire Steam Rally, so this is a big boost for everybody to come down for the rest of the summer."