CROWHURST was a hive of activity last weekend when the annual village fayre and horticultural show took place on the recreation ground.
The event kicked off with the 1066 Rockit Men, who provided a lively evening of music, before the fayre began the following morning.
Olympic torchbearer Lawrence Page opened the event, which featured traditional stalls and games, plus entertainment from the Section 5 Drummers, stilt walkers and bellydancers.
Meanwhile the Crowhurst Horticultural and Flower Show celebrated 40 years with a colourful show, with entries up by more than 120 on last year.
The winners were:
Mary Oliver Trophy for Best Exhibit in Produce Classes: Audrey March-Beale
Miss E. M. Spikes Trophy for Best Collection of Vegetables: Bruce Cripps
Roy Wilson Trophy for Most Points in Floral Classes: Jim Bingham
George and Nelly Drew Trophy for Best Exhibit of Sweet Peas: Norman King
National Dahlia Society (NDS) Silver Medal Card for Best Exhibit of Dahlias: Jim Bingham
National Dahlia Society (NDS) Bronze Medal Card for Runner-Up Exhibit of Dahlias: Jim Bingham
C. R. Manning Trophy for Best Exhibit of Marigolds: Brian Croft
Hazel Johnson Memorial Trophy for Most Points in Handicraft Classes: Audrey March-Beale
Ladies Points Tankard for Most Points in Cookery and Preserves Classes: Brian Croft
Mrs R. E. Diments Trophy for Most Points in Floral Display Classes: Juliet Massey
Sandra Smallwood Trophy for Best Exhibit in Floral Display Classes: Juliet Massey
Geoff Bridgland Trophy for Most Points in Fuchsia Classes: Bruce Cripps.