Mouthwatering food demonstrations took centre stage at the annual Whirlow Hall Farm Fayre in Sheffield - which is expected to raise £20,000 for the charity.
The weekend event was busy despite the rainy weather yesterday, with between 2,000 and 3,000 visitors.
Top attractions this year included a bird of prey flight, dog training lessons, tennis tuition, archery and a range of food displays and live cooking sessions.
Members of the Escafeld Medieval Society took part in a battle re-enactment and the farm showed off its machinery and animals to visitors.
Sam Trepte, Whirlow Hall Farm’s commercial operations manager, said: “The highlights were all the cooking and food demonstrations.
“Silversmiths took a session where their chefs cooked a vegetarian risotto, a team from Aga was cooking lamb steaks and Lindsay Dawes, from Westlands Butchers, gave a meat demonstration.
“The morning was very good, in particular, with a lot of people coming up to see us before the rain started.”
Mr Trepte added: “The event is our biggest fundraiser and we are pleased with how this year’s event went - although the weather could have been better.
“We had all sorts of people, including a lot of families coming along.
“We are hoping to raise around £20,000.
“There were a lot of local suppliers and growers and also games and activities for children.”
The farm, which provides education about the environment and outdoors for inner-city youngsters, also had its animals on display and was giving guided tours every hour.