With beer on tap, live music and family fun, an annual village festival brought in more than £2,175 for two charities.
More than 250 people flocked to the two day Red Lodge Beer and Music Festival which featured nine live acts, four DJs, a magic show, face-painting plus 12 ales and six ciders. Funds raised will go to charities Sue Ryder and Prostate Cancer UK.
It was organised by the Red Lodge Events Group, co-ordinated by Billy Cornish. He said: “It was a real community event from sponsorship to donations and people volunteering.”