It takes place each year at the last weekend in July. This time it’s lovely and hot outside, so the crowds are floating in, dragging along kids, mutts, grannies, and rolling back loaded with shopping bags, plants, strange objects they’ve won in a raffle. It’s a great opportunity to relax and to watch, to enjoy an icecream or a cold drink in shady tents. Lots of entertainment for the kids, for dog-lovers, wildlife aficionados, tractor fans.
He seemed to have taken his pet for a walk, but later on…
…these ladies had taken over, merciless upside down!
Many enjoyed their peaceful rest on the shady churchyard,
and one could catch some special views here and there.
A young bride was desperately looking for a groom.
In the church, an imposing ladder seems to lead directly into the sky.