A motor club based in the north of the Lake District has scooped another prize by winning an award at a national classic car show.

Wigton Motor Club has won the coveted Car Club of the Year award at the Classic Car & Restoration Show at Birmingham's NEC.

The award will sit alongside its two Motor Sport UK Motor Club of the Year Awards and three runners-up titles.

The award was received by club member Paul Brooks, on behalf of the club, which marked its centenary in 2023.

Adding to the club's triumph at the NEC show, club member Daniel Rooney picked up the Restoration of the Year award for his Mk 1 Mini.

The club has been going from strength to strength, having built their own club house, known as The Motor House.

Based in Moota, near Blindcrake, the multi-functional hub serves as an office, meeting space and a venue for events such as monthly Cars and Coffee meets, film shows, and training in marshalling and first aid.

The club runs a calendar of rallies and autosolos throughout the year.

The Cumbria Classic and Motorsport Show, an annual summer event, now attracts a fleet of 800 cars every August.