We went for two days and still didn't feel we really did this rather gigantic festival justice, there is just so much to see and do.
Super vintage cars...
Absolutely fabulous vintage shopping, more stalls than ever, including the introduction this year of "The Colonial Club"; another large marquee with some really gorgeous vintage fashions, afternoon tea and live music, forties style...
In the main arena, we were content to set up camp and rest awhile.
We were pleased to use our lovely Brexton picnic set. The food on sale at Twinwood is the one low point so this year, we were prepared.
There was constant good entertainment on the main stage, the highlight for me being Max Raabe and the Palast Orchestra. They came on as the sun was setting on Sunday evening, it was magical, really capturing the glamour of the 1930's.
Both a Spitfire and a Mustang flew over which really added to the atmosphere.
We also really enjoyed seeing The Jive Aces for the second time (you may have caught them as contenders on the last series of "Britain's Got Talent"). They certainly put on a fab show and the Munchkin was thrilled to get the chance to meet them and obtain their auotographs.
All in all, it's a top weekend which we would certainly recommend.
Now, back to real life. Ho hum!