This year Froyle Fête celebrated the 40th Anniversary of the moon landing and the 40th Anniversary of Froyle Gardening Club. Despite the weather there was plenty to do, see and eat, for people of all ages.
This year's Space theme was taken up by many of the visitors and Froyle's own rocket was on display.
Gardening Club Chairman, Geoff Hawkins (right) explains the finer points of a carrot to Mark Carr
The weather was very un-July like, but this didn't deter the onlookers.
Tug of War
Tug of War
The usual favourites were present, the Barbeque (left) and the Jumble (right)
In the Village Hall, Froyle Gardening Club's Flower Show put on a display worthy of their 40th Anniversary
First Prize and a Diploma in the "Signs of the Zodiac" flower arranging class for Marian Cresswell
As always, an excellent show