Hundreds of classic cars and motorbikes will storm the iconic Kop Hill in Princes Risborough at the weekend as the 10th anniversary of its revival is celebrated.

The hill be packed with more than 800 bikes and cars on September 21 and 22 as commemorative runs celebrating motoring through the ages from the early 1900’s to modern day exotics are made.

Returning to storm the hill this year is the Brooklands Napier Railton.

In the Paddock, visitors can get up close to the vehicles and drivers, visit the fun fair and ride the dodgems, check out the soapbox competition and very special guest Fuzz Townsend from TV hit show Car SOS.

Eric Knowles and his team from the BBC Antiques Roadshow will also be back, giving free valuations of any item that fits into a carrier bag or a digital image and fan favourite Edd China also returns.

A new engineering village will feature this year, showcasing local automotive craftsmen and fans will also get to meet biking legend Sammy Miller MBE.

There will also hopefully be a Spitfire flypast on both days.

As well as Kop Hill Climb's 10th anniversary since its revival, there are a number of other special events to celebrate - including 60 years of the Mini, which will be marked with a cavalcade up Kop Hill led by legendary rally driver Paddy Hopkirk, the coach from the Italian Job, 110 years of Bugatti, the centenary of Talbot and 60 years of Marcos.

There will also be a food court and live music on the stage as well as exhibitors offering some retail therapy - from art to clothing and memorabilia.

The popular annual event - which draws in crowds of thousands, raises cash for local charities and projects and has so far gathered over £600,000.

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