The popular Ash Village Fair raised thousands for charity over the weekend.

The fair, which took place at The White Lion pub and Ash Village Hall, was opened by Mayor Andy Hall.

It was a gathering supporting the air ambulance, a cause that pulled the community together.

Thanks was expressed to all who attended and contributed, particularly to the team of volunteers.

Their effort ensured the success of the event.

The fair raised an impressive £2,528.34 for the Air Ambulance, which reflects the community's generous care towards supporting the services.

Highlights of the fair included the informative and engaging appearance of the local fire brigade.

They remained on call while sharing their significant work with visitors.

The Mayor was at the fayre   (Image: Supplied)

The fire crew shed light on their recent efforts to assist Ukraine by donating 12 retired fire engines, and added their current need for additional volunteers.

In the spirit of continuing this sense of unity, The White Lion has committed to continuing its support for the community.

They are determined to maintain the momentum generated by the Ash Village Fair so as to consistently make a positive impact on the community.