Loud cannon fire and roaring medieval battles brought a sleepy Fenland village to life at the weekend.
Armour-clad knights transported visitors back to the 15th century when Emneth staged its first Medieval Pageant on Saturday and Sunday.
Despite the poor British summer weather, crowds enjoyed a host of history re-enactments, with combatants using real weaponry including swords, pikes and archers using traditional English longbows.
The event, organised by the Norfolk-based Phoenix Medieval Re-enactment Group, also included falconry displays and medieval circus skills.
There were also a variety of trade and craft stalls to browse and a beer tent.
Organisers said feedback from the weekend was fantastic and they hope to return with the same event next year.