Yateley and District Garden society's 42nd annual show proved a blooming event.
The town's St Peters Church and hall were filled with flowers, produce, preserves and handicrafts involving 220 exhibits from 45 entrants.
Judging by the entries, it has clearly been a good year for apples and dahlias, while there were plenty of exhibits in the annual cut flower and perennial herbaceous flower classes.
The challenges for the flower arrangers included "tea for two" and "autumn days", while the new challenge in the handicraft section was a photograph of "My Yateley".
The lemon drizzle cake contest was reserved for men and everybody else was encouraged to bake an orange and chocolate marble cake, malt loaf, shortbread biscuits or blueberry scones.
The people's choice was won by Lyn Armour and the cup for the most points by Richard Jackson.