Munchies on the Meadow, a "family festival of flavours", returned to Cobham for its third year with an estimated 3,500 visitors.

The bank holiday event was a celebration of food, drink and music, running from 11.30am to 9.30pm on Saturday (May 2) - with a selection of stalls selling local Kent produce to hungry guests.

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(L-R) Michael Andrews, Ben Andrews & Matt Andrews from The Devils Pantry

It featured a town crier, bake-off and master brewer competitions, live music, face painting, bread making and kids' cooking lessons, creepy crawlies and kung fu.

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Performers from the Traditional wing Chun Accademy Chuen

Event organiser Matthew Peterson-Pearce said: "This is a celebration of Kent – and everyone coming along brings us their very own piece of the party atmosphere."

The event was held at The Meadow Room, which was gifted to the village by Emma Stevens in her 1953 will, and every penny raised went to fix the hall’s roof.

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Rebecca Knight with her children Sophie, 10, & Ben, three

Tickets were £2 for adults, which included one free child’s entry.