One of the biggest fetes to be held in Ixworth pulled in the crowds and raised £1,800 towards the refurbishment of the village hall.
Held on the playing fields and in the village hall, the fete attracted hundreds of people from across the area and brought in funds towards the renovation of windows and external doors at the hall.
Claire Royal, who has organised the event for the last three years and is chairman of the village hall committee, said: “It’s becoming bigger and bigger every year.
“It was one of the biggest fetes the village has ever seen. It’s nice to have the community together.
“I think people had a brilliant day - it was well attended.”
Highlights included maypole dancing from Ixworth Primary School pupils, zumba, races and a tug of war with Abbeycroft Leisure and a dog show.
There was also animals such as meerkats, skunk, tarantula and snake from Kimmy’s Petting Zoo, in Ipswich.
Other activities were a car boot sale, bouncy castle, beer tent, barbecue and various other stalls.
A grand raffle made £800.
The event which attracted people from neighbouring villages and towns such as Thetford and Diss was sponsored by Sheridans estate agents.
Mrs Royal added: “We would really like to thank the Ixworth Army Cadets for helping to set up and clear up. They were really good.”