Hundreds enjoyed dog shows, circus acrobatics and rock ‘n’ roll at ‘one of the best’ festivals in a decade.
The Tingewick Village Fete and Beer Festival, now in its 9th year, was opened by John Bercow on Saturday as festival-goers filled the Recreation Ground.
Shows entertained the crowds and more than 80 classic cars were on show, before The Montanas rocked into the night with their blues and country tunes.
Chairman of the organising group Peter Smith said: “I think it was one of our best ones. We had some very good attractions.
“The scurry dog show was new and Team Kinetix did some circus acrobatics. We had the scouts on the barbecue and the church’s pig roast all sold out.
“But we’re always looking at ways we can keep it alive and always looking for something new to add so next year will certainly be as interesting and hopefully even more successful.
“Thanks to the organising group, to all those that helped, the stall holders and the attendees.”