Hundreds of classic cars and motorbikes stormed the iconic Kop Hill as the 10th revival of the popular motoring event returned at the weekend – for what turned out to be a star-studded event.

Commemorative runs up the steep hill in Princes Risborough celebrated motoring through the ages – from the early 1900s to modern day exotics.

And there were plenty of famous faces enjoying the festivities – including former Spandau Ballet singer, Tony Hadley, and Bucks resident and supercar enthusiast, Jay Kay.

Eric Knowles and his team from the BBC Antiques Roadshow were also on hand to give free valuations of precious items brought along by spectators.

This year’s spectacular event also helped celebrate some special anniversaries - 100 years since the Great War ended was marked with cars and vehicles from that era, while it was also 70 years since the launch of the first Land Rover and Jaguar XK120.

The record-breaking racing car, Napier Railton, also returned to the hill for this year’s climb.

Away from the hill, there were plenty of activities to keep everyone entertained – including a soapbox race, fun fair and a chance to get up close to the vehicles and drivers who took on the hill.

All the fun, thrills and hard work help raise vital funds for charities and good causes on behalf of Heart of Bucks - the Community Foundation of Buckinghamshire – and more than £500,000 has been raised to date.

Kop Hill is one of the oldest Hill Climb venues in England, with the first recorded races in 1910. It became a major event on the motorsports car and motorcycle calendar and many famous drivers and riders of the time, including Malcolm Campbell, Raymond Mays, Henry Segrave and Count Zborowski raced up the hill.

The last event was in 1925, when as a result of an accident to a spectator, the RAC banned all motorsport on public roads.

The event was revived 10 years ago as a commemorative run instead of a timed motorsport event.