If you've got £100,000+, you could bid for this Rolls Royce 1934 Phantom at the Bristol Classic Car Show. It comes also complete with picnic table.
More than 70 classic and vintage cars and motorcycles are up for auction in Shepton Mallet today.
Lots include a 1934 Rolls Royce Phantom II expected to reach more than £100,000. Porsche, Bentley and Mercedes also feature alongside road or racing motorcycles by Harley Davidson, Triumph and MV Augusta.
The Charterhouse Sale of Motoring History is just a part of the 34th Bristol Classic Car Show which features more than 600 beloved vehicles are at the Bath & West Showground.
Other highlights include iconic Ford Escort RS1600s based in Cornwall and Somerset, classic Cortinas from the 70s, Riley's from the 50s and cars from the 1910s bearing the long-defunct, "Standard" name. There's also a rally and plenty of motoring gadgets and memorabilia.
– Prison Service Spokesperson
We are considering the future use of all the prison sites due to close. No decisions have been made. We are determined to drive down the costs of running our prisons. That's why we are replacing inefficient accommodation with new facilities which provide better value for money, are suitable to a modern prison estate, and which can work more effectively to reduce reoffending.
Prison officers have been demonstrating outside parliament today over the closure of seven jails around the country - including two here in the West Country.
Shepton Mallet closes next month and Gloucester this weekend as part of a plan to replace older units with a new super-prison elsewhere in the country. Our Political Correspondent Bob Constantine reports.
Prison officers have been staging a demonstration outside Parliament today over the closure of 7 jails around the country, including two here in the West.
Shepton Mallet closes next month and Gloucester this weekend - part of a plan to replace older units with a new super-prison elsewhere in the country. Bob Constantine has more on the ITV West Country News at 6pm.
We spoke to Jeremy Wright, the Minister for Prisons and Rehabilitation earlier. Here's the full interview.
Here is some archive from inside Shepton Mallet prison in Somerset and Gloucester prison. It was announced today that the two prisons will be closed as part of plans to build a 'super prison'.