Sicklinghall residents came out in force over the bank holiday to help raise money for the community.
More than 300 people attended the annual Sicklinghall Field Day gala at the village hall on Monday.
Activities on the day included a giant tombola, raffle, fun race, crazy golf, a children’s bouncy castle and fancy dress competitions.
Secretary of the village hall committee, Suzanne Phillips, said the day had been a big success, she said: “The field gala is an important community event for the village and a lot of hard work has gone into it this year, as every year.
“All the children in the village could come along and play in a safe environment here and the money raised will go to refurbishing the village hall.
“It is our biggest community event of the year in terms of raising funds and everyone has a good time. This is the main fundraising event for maintaining the village hall in such excellent condition and so brings credit to the local community.”
The field day is now held in the village hall after being held on the playing fields of Sicklinghall traditionally. Although figures have not been totalled up, the event normally raises around £2,000 each year.