Great Britain won its first Olympic golds of the summer on Saturday (21) but it was youngsters and not top athletes who were celebrating success.
The Beijing Olympics-themed St Andrew's Church summer fair took place in Harrow Road, Sudbury, with fiercely-contested sprint, sack and three-legged races and a tug of war for both parents and children.
Gold, silver and bronze medals were awarded to the top children in each event.
The fair raised more than £1,300 for church projects and Geoff Sweet, church spokesman, said: "It was a great day and everyone worked very hard to make it a success.
"The parochial church council will now decide what to spend the money on and we have a number of outreach projects which could use the funding.
"We are very lucky to have dedicated volunteers at the church who made it an enjoyable and profitable day."
Other attractions at the Saturday afternoon event included Chinese food, a beer tent and five sideshow games including boxing and hoopla designed by Justin Scroggie, husband of Reverend Felicity Scroggie.
The event was also supported by the Black Horse pub, also in Harrow Road.
For more pictures of the fair see our gallery .