THE community came together for a day filled with fun under the sun, all in aid of charity.

Enham Alamein summer fete brought in the crowds on Saturday, June 29, at Enham Trust.

There was plenty of fun with a host of games for those with a competitive nature to have a go at, such as welly wanging and beat the goalie, hosted by Andover New Street Football Club, which proved “good fun”.

And Men’s Shed members also volunteered to go in the stocks, which gave them a chance to cool off in the summer heat.

In the main arena pooches showed off in the dog show, supported by Green Lane Groomers, while there was also a performance by the Rock Choir.

Leslie Francis, co-organiser, said: “It was lovely, everything worked out OK. It was just about everyone coming together.

“It was well attended and everyone that was there said it was a really nice environment socially.”

Motor fans flocked to a selection of vintage cars brought by parish councillor James Nash, but the star of the show were 18 baby tortoises.

“They were one of the biggest attractions, everyone was just enthralled,” Leslie added.

Village organisations also showcased their offerings, with the church hosting a messy church and Enham Trust enterprises displaying their work.