A POPULAR music festival at a pub in Stokenchurch was held for the tenth and final time.
The Fleur De Lis started FleurFest by putting on a hog roast and a band, but it has steadily grown over the years.
At the last FleurFest on July 26 about 3,000 people attended and there were eight bands performing.
But landlady Nicola Nuthall, who runs the pub with her partner, Andy Wimbush, said that will be the last one.
She said: "It is a big event to organise. Because we do it for free we don't particularly make any profit out of it.
"We wanted to do our ten years to say we have been here ten years.
"It has been great fun. I like doing stuff with the community any way. I am from Stokenchurch- I was born here."
Nicola said as the event is held on common land next to the pub, there is nothing to stop people bringing their own alcohol.
The festival was usually held on fête day, which is where it all began but this year it was held a bit later.
Nicola said: "This is the first year we haven't done it on the same day as the fête.
"We had to get a special licence this year for the amount of people. It took extra time to get that sorted.
"It started off as a bit of a jolly and turned into tons and tons of paperwork."
She said they would love to do it again one day.
Nicola added: "We wanted to go out in style. It was a very pleasant day for everybody."