American cars are obviously harbingers of good weather because for for their third visit to Heage Windmill this year, they once again brought warm and sunny weather.
A large number of assorted cars, vans, trucks and motor bikes arrived and gleamed in the bright sunshine, proudly displayed by their owners.
The biggest was a Cadillac ‘Sedan de Ville’ dating from 1963- it was 19 feet (5.8m!) long.
Attila Tilldog , organiser of the owners group, unusually called Coffee ‘n Cars, said: ‘We really like coming to Heage Windmill; it’s so pleasant and friendly and the view is to die for’.
The best car of the day was judged to be a Mustang 390gta, owned by Darren Richards, who was presented with a mill Certificate by Attila.
There were many mill tours taking place and the day was supported by our ever popular bric a brac stall.
There was also a fascinating display of artefacts found near the mill, the earliest of which had been dated as going back to 43BC. All of these were found by metal detectorist Rob Johnson, whose display attracted a lot of attention.