It was the biggest turn-out in the event's three-year history as knights came to blows on the grounds of Cranford Park.
More than 300 people from young children to pensioners enjoyed the family fun day of activities and celebration of Cranford's history from sword fighting, a falconry display, ferret racing and much more.
Roaming the grounds of the former hunting estate - which in the 13th and 14th century was occupied by knights, an old huntsman, the legendary ghost Grey Lady who is said to haunt the park, and a maid - recreated the atmosphere of days gone by.
Visitors to the park also had a chance to discover the park's history, learn all about the knights, and enjoy the wonderful green spaces, through a number of exhibitions held at the stables.
And there was a tea garden serving hot and cold drinks as well as sandwiches which alone raised £580, to be split between St Dunstan's Church and Cranford Park Friends.