Old-fashioned farming techniques and vehicles of the past were on display at the Boddington Vintage Association Rally at the weekend.
The bi-annual event took place in Upper Boddington on Saturday and Sunday and included corn thrashing, building bales and horse ploughing.
Gerald Bootman, association committee member, said: “The day went really well, the ground was a bit too hard to do some of the ploughing but feedback from some people is that they really enjoyed it.
“It is really important to keep the old techniques of farming alive. The current generation of children need to know what farming was like without modern-day machinery and appreciate how much harder it was.”
Families attending the event were able to enjoy tractor rides around the fields and look at vintage steam engines and machines from years gone by. Also on both days was a dog agility show, bouncy castle, face painting and entertainment provided by country and western singer Stan Shenton.
Money raised will be donated to Woodford Halse Primary School and Katharine House Hospice in Adderbury.
The association has been holding the rally for the past 30 years. The group is made up of enthusiasts who enjoy preserving and maintaining agricultural machines and equipment. Members take part in ploughing matches every year.
Mr Bootman said: “The rally is a really friendly day and the atmosphere is always good. We were fortunate with the weather this year and were able to put on a good show.”