Fleet residents of all ages gather together to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee
People of all ages gathered together in a South Holland village to mark the Queen's 70-year reign.
Welly wanging and music were part of the fun of the fete organised by Fleet Parish Council on the village playing field.
While strong winds meant some of the stalls had to be re-organised, villagers enjoyed looking around the host of stands selling fudge, cakes and learning about the U3A (University of the 3rd Age).
Villagers were also able to enjoy music which was performed on the stage and Holbeach Firefighters also visited.
But the stars of the show were Princess Savanna Lee (6) with her attendants (and sisters) Charlotte (9) and Violet (4).
Vice-chairman of the parish council Evelyn Penney was one of the people who helped to put on the successful event.
Coun Penney said: "We are hoping to have more events on the park in the future such as concerts.
"Everyone has pulled together to put on the event but the wind has been a real problem - but at least it is not raining."
The parish council is hoping to get hardstanding on the playing field.
A patriotic themed party was held over in the village's community centre for some of the older residents - including a 100-year-old.
Mandy Littlejohn helped to organise the event, which included a buffet, games and raffle prizes.
The event received funding from Coun Peter Coupland's ward budget.
Mandy said: "It has been a brilliant afternoon."