Comical costumes, vibrant colours and tooting horns could only mean one thing this weekend - the Minis were back. The Legendary Grand Tour saw a cascade of Minis make their way around the highways and byways of North Devon. Raising money for Childrens Hospice South West, hundreds of cars beeped and honked their way around the region on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. The Tour is now in its 22nd year, and saw people lining the streets, sitting out on deck-chairs in the sunshine to wave the Tour past. Organiser Terry Baker said this year, the hospice had asked them to fund a new specially adapted Peugeot Boxer van for Little Harbour Hospice in Cornwall which means the Minis will have paid for a vehicle at all three CHSW sites, except Little Bridge House in Fremington which has had two. The Grand Tour has also donated £130,000 to Charlton Farm at Bristol, £95,000 to Little Harbour and the rest to Little Bridge House. The fun began at The Big Sheep on Saturday, with the Minis parking up for a free family show. They cruised to Appledore that evening, and on Sunday set off from Westward Ho! to Hartland and then Dartington. And yesterday (Monday) the Minis sat on display in Victoria Park in Bideford, before cruising through communities between Fremington and Ilfracombe. Scroll down for more photos from Mondays tour in Bideford by photographer Graham Hobbs.