Families flocked to Bingham Town Fair at the weekend.
A highlight of the day was a flypast by the Red Arrows and Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Dakota, while there was plenty more entertainment to be had.
Stalls, competitions, displays and rides were part of the day, as was the first Bingham Bake-Off, which attracted 50 entries.
In total, just over £200 was raised for the Mayor of Bingham’s charities, which are the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance and Cancer Research.
Bingham Town Council clerk Lynn Holland said: “Bingham Town Fair was a great success thanks to the support of the stall holders, entertainers, service providers and members of the public.”
She also thanked volunteers from the Air Training Corps for their help in carrying out jobs behind the scenes.