VINTAGE was en vogue in Kelso on Sunday as hundreds of enthusiasts parked up for the annual Borders agricultural rally.

From small beginnings of just three members in 1976, the Borders Vintage Agricultural Association has grown to a 250-strong membership.

And almost all of them had something to show at Springwood Park for the 41st annual show.

The fun-packed day once again attracted a large number of exhibitors and visitors from right across the Scottish Borders and far beyond.

There were hundreds of fantastic vehicles and items of machinery of all ages, shapes and sizes on display - including over 160 tractors from through the decades.

Almost 40 cups and trophies were awarded to the best exhibits in the many classes.

This year's main ring entertainment included a parade of steam-powered vehicles, children's tug of war against a steam engine and the grand parade of tractors - something for everybody to enjoy.

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service also attended and were, as ever, popular with the younger visitors who took the opportunity to sit in the fire engine and see the variety of equipment on board.

Each year the Association chooses a charity to benefit from the Association.

This year, The Lavender Touch, which helps people who are dealing with cancer, received an impressive cheque for £1300, which was presented to them in the main ring during the day.

The Association's next main event is the vintage ploughing match - this year taking place at Timpendean on Sunday, November 4.

Next year's Borders Vintage Agricultural Association show will take place on Sunday, May 19.