The Fleet Preservation Trust held their ever-popular annual produce and companion dog show on Sunday.
Held at Battleford Hall and grounds in Fleet, the main event of the year for the Trust was raising money for local causes.
Member of the Trust, Debbie Gilbert, said: “It was a very busy day, around 500 people attended, so it was a good day out for everyone.
“People were raving about how brilliant the live music was – Amy Palmer and Sacred Nations.”
This was the sixth year of the Fleet open produce show, and the fourth year a companion dog show was incorporated into it, in association with the Kennel Club of Great Britain.
There was also a Neverland Trail and many children dressed up as their favourite characters and played a ‘beat the goalie’ game as well.
Welly wanging, a whiskey put and a raffle, with a range of prizes such as Tesco vouchers, fruit baskets and wine, were also a lot of fun.