DISPLAYS of farm animals, historical re-enactors and even Antiques Roadshow-style valuation sessions were among the attractions at a Sheffield fair.
Whirlow Hall Farm’s summer fayre boasted both old favourite attractions and new additions.
Activities on the programme included a large beer tent in which people could enjoy local ales and watch live acoustic music, while elsewhere on the farm there was the chance to try archery.
The historical display involved members of the Mead Evil Re-enactment Society, who were in old-fashioned dress and told stories from years gone by.
Meanwhile, there was the chance to browse craft stalls and a farmers’ market.
And there were also fairground rides, games and donkey ride.