Hundreds flocked to Wickhambrook on Saturday for the village’s annual carnival and procession.
Schoolchildren from Wickhambrook Primary School joined members of the village’s WI, the boys’ brigade band and a fleet of vintage and classic cars to parade through the village’s streets, ending up at the recreation ground.
Here the crowds were treated to a host of food and craft stalls, a Punch and Judy show, a bbq, beer tent and more cakes than you ever eat.
The event also ran alongside the village’s long-running annual horticultural show.
Carnival committee member Deirdre Smith said: “It was a brilliant day and the feedback has been excellent.
“We must have had several hundred come along on the day - there were an awful lot of people on the recreation ground.
“We were lucky and had no rain.
“It was a beautiful afternoon, it was just right.
“It was a big windy though. We had a few problems with one or two of the gazebos that took off but it didn’t spoil things.
“It all made for a really fun afternoon.”
Committee chairman Sue Burton-Griffiths, said: “The procession was great.
“We didn’t have one last year because we didn’t have a band so we were pleased to put it on again.”