The village of Bodicote came together on Saturday as they enjoyed a varied programme of arts, crafts and music.
Bodfest is now in its 13th year and following a parade to the village green by various scouting and girl guiding groups, hundreds of people who attended were able to listen to the vast amount of musical talent on show at the Plough Inn and the Horse and Jockey.
Aside from the music, people were also able to explore the festival’s diverse street market, which was full of different foods from across the world, and a fitting Remembrance display in St John’s Church with 25 ceramic poppies from the Tower of London’s memorial.
Chris Watts is part of the organising committee for Bodfest, and said: “We all had a really great day. We were looking at the weather forecast for a few days and you could see overnight that we would have some overnight rain but everything went really well.
“Overall we want to provide a day of arts, crafts and music to the village with family entertainment, and the re-introduction of the barn dance and the village green really helped, we had families enjoying picnics until 9.30pm. I’d like to thank everyone who came.”