HOT DOGS, magicians and singers entertained hundreds of villagers as they tugged, shoved and tackled their way to victory at the Manley Spring Fair.
More than 700 people flocked to the Parish Field in Manley to enjoy fun and games and raise hundreds of pounds for the upkeep of local churches.
Hundreds of families enjoyed browsing stalls and tucking into sizzling burgers and hot dogs fresh off a barbecue, before watching an action-packed football tournament and taking part in an exhilarating tug-of-war.
Despite the cold weather and drizzling rain proud animal-lovers descended on the field to watch their much-loved dogs jump and heel as they took part in the popular dog show.
Children enjoyed tricks during a colourful magic show, before dancing along to music provided by students from Helsby High School and vocal group Signature.
The five-a-side football competition saw teams from Ashton Hayes, Alvanley and Manley compete for the sought after trophy, which was closely won by Alvanley B team moments before the final whistle was blown.
And the annual tug of war championship title was snatched by the tennis club after a strenuous battle between teams from the club and the village hall.