An art exhibition featuring new artists and craft makers took place in Polstead over the weekend.
Held in the grounds of Maria Martin’s Cottage, in Martin’s Lane, it makred the 20th year that the Polstead Exhibition has been run.
This year, 12 crafters showcased their work, using materials such as silk, leather, glass, bronze and iron work.
Carl Webber, who organises the event with furniture maker Dylan Pym at their Polstead workshop, said there was a good turnout of around 1,100 people during the weekend.
He said: “Every single exhibitor has to make a living from their art and craft, and make everything from scratch.
“The standard is therefore very high and that’s why the exhibition has grown in popularity over the years.
“As we always invite three new artists to show their work, we have seen some famous ones, like James Dodds, over the years.”
Mr Webber said the exhibition gets a good turnout whatever the weather.
“We are totally undercover here so it doesn’t matter if it’s raining,” he added.
There was a bee keeping demonstration and a chance for visitors to try their hand at archery.