Hundreds of people enjoyed magic, music and games during a 1940s themed event over the weekend.
Wimblington Fun Day attracted around 700 people on Sunday.
The Rug Cutters Lindy Dance Group, along with Ivan Garford’s Dead Swingers Band entertained the crowds.
Jezzo’s Magic also proved to be popular, along with wartime songs performed by youngsters from Thomas Eaton Primary School choir.
Bikes and scooters were decorated in the 1940s theme with Spitfires and other planes.
There were also a host of stalls.
The event raised £1,200 which will go towards the costs of putting on next year’s show.
Committee chairman Joanne Rose said: “It was a great day.”