A RENFREWSHIRE hospice is bringing one of its most popular events back to Paisley town centre this summer.

CarFest for St Vincent’s Hospice, in Howwood, will bring together cars of all types, including muscle cars, supercars, emergency vehicles and motorbikes.

Automobiles will be on show at locations including Abbey Close, County Square, The Cenotaph, High Street and Johnston Street from 10am until 4pm on Saturday, June 16.

As well as treats for motor enthusiasts, there will be plenty for the family to get involved in, including fairground rides, children’s entertainment, live music, stalls, tombola and a prize raffle.

The event, organised by MaxSafe and sponsored by Paisley First, will see all funds raised going towards the hospice, which provides care for people battling life-limiting conditions.

Paisley First chairman, Graeme McGowan, said: “We’re thrilled to be supporting the hospice and the CarFest team in bringing this great event to Paisley town centre for a second year.”

Kate Lennon, chief executive of St. Vincent’s Hospice, said: “CarFest is one of the highlights of our calendar, and we are always blown away by the amount of work and passion people put in to making it happen.”