A TRADITIONAL pie rolling contest brought young and old together in the sunshine on Saturday.
Wybunbury hosted its 12th annual Fig Pie Wakes and by kick off, there was a line up of 170 people ready to roll.
The village was a popular place to watch the
World Cup - and people taking part in a quirky contest dating back centuries.
Hundreds of villagers and visitors packed The Swan and the Red Lion pubs.
The fig pie rolling was resurrected in the mid-90s after an absence of nearly 100 years.
Today it raises money to help preserve the village's famous leaning tower.
As well as pie rolling villagers enjoyed a tug-o-war contest, beer festival, market stalls and a painting competition.
David Jackson from the Red Lion is on the organising committee. He said: 'It was a fantastic day, young and old gathered together and joined in the fun.
'The roll is always a massive draw for people but all the other attractions complete the day.
'Things went very smoothly.'
Bill Wadsworth from Hartford won the main pie roll and was presented with a cup while Nantwich schoolgirl Lizzie Hudson won the childrens section.