The annual Deepings Beerfest was a great success with many turning out to taste the wide variety of beverages on offer.
The festival, held over two days, is run by volunteers at Deepings Rugby Club.
Over 80 real ales, scrumpy cider and county wines were on offer at the festival, along with a Pimms bar which also proved to be a big hit, along with fairground rides for all.
Also on show at the festival were several bands and artists, ranging from reggae and ska to pop and rock and Motown and soul.
Every year the event raises money for a different charity, and this year’s chosen cause was the Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice in Peterborough.
Speaking after the festival, organisers said: “It was the biggest Deepings Beerfest to date and was an amazing success!”
Plans are already in place for next year’s festival.