Trying a slice of country life
Falconry and dog agility displays were among the attractions at a country fair.
The organisers of Godmersham Country Fair were pleased that the rain held off and people were able to browse the 40-plus stalls.
Children enjoyed the bouncy castle, tea-cup rides and train journey, while other attractions were sheep-shearing demonstrations and a guess the weight of the lamb competition, as well as demonstrations of knitting, spinning and wood turning.
Money raised by the fair on Saturday at Godmersham Matt Williams from The Hawking Centre with a young bald eagle Park, which is owned by Fiona Sunley, will go to the Friends of Godmersham Church.
Ray Bourne sheep shearing, with the main house as a backdrop
Dexter Smith tries the dogs’ obstacle course