A dog show, tug-of-war and Rotary mini-train were among the attractions enjoyed by Little Marlow residents as they flocked to the village fete at the weekend.

Hundreds turned up for the annual event at Little Marlow recreation ground, off Church Road, on Bank Holiday Monday, which raised a record amount for good causes around the village.

Children enjoyed various sporting activities, while adults took part in a tug-of-war and pooches strutted their stuff in the dog show.

Around 500 visitors were also treated to face painting, a coconut shy, plate smashing, bouncy castle and live jazz music by the Chiltern Jazz Quartet at the event organised by the Little Marlow village amenities committee.

The event raised more than £7,000 for good causes in the village, which committee chairman Valerie Brownridge said was a record amount.

She said: “It was a great event – the weather really made it. We had a very good turnout and took in record takings.

“It was about lots of people coming and having a good time. It brings different parts of the community together.

“We also had the Wycombe Phoenix Harriers there for the first time, as they now train in Little Marlow.

“All in all it was a wonderful day.”