MUSIC festival provided a packed line-up of local musicians and television celebrities this year, raising £3,671 so far for charity.
TV presenter Gabby Logan and husband Kenny, who live in Penn, opened KnotFest on Friday, at The Red Lion, in Penn Road, Knotty Green, where the three-day festival was based.
The event raises funds for Thames Valley Adventure Playground, for children with special needs, as well as other charities in and around Beaconsfield.
The three-day festival is in its third year and featured more than 20 local groups and singers.
As well as the music, there was also a barbecue and face painting.
The Round Table provided the marquee, while prizes for the tombola and raffle were donated by local businesses, including Allsorts and Shoe-be-do.
Red Lion landlady Tina Massie said: “What a magnificent weekend – I am still on a high!
“I’d like to say a big thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who came along to Knotfest, especially Gabby Logan, who was so lovely, and all the groups and singers that gave their time.
“I am one of the luckiest people in the world to have so many people who give me so much support.”
CROWDPLEASERS: (Clockwise from above) Bob Massie; Gary Roman; and the handiwork of saxophonist Deni Baldwin