Hundreds of visitors flocked to an annual Rothetham show for a day of competitions, stalls and live entertainment.
The fourth Thorpe Hesley and Scholes Village Show, held at the Trinity Community Centre, was attended by more than 400 people.
Visitors of all ages enjoyed the event which featured vegetable, fruit, flower and handicrafts displays, with cups awarded for the best entries.
Entertainment included martial art demonstrations, as well as performances from the Jill Hyde Leigh School of Dance, Wentworth Youth Theatre and the village choir.
Many local groups and charities had stalls at the event to raise awareness and funds for worthy causes.
Produce was donated for the Holy Trinity Harvest celebrations during the show, which will be passed on to Shiloh Homeless Project in Rotherham.