A martial arts display, vintage cars, martial arts and dancing all played their part in making Datchet Village fete a success on Saturday - and the talent was all local.

The martial arts display was given by the Wu Shu Kwan group which meets in the village.

Young people from the Susan Handy School of Dance from Datchet and the Resolution Dance Company from Slough keep viewers enthralled with their nifty footwork, while vintage cars boasting proud owners from Datchet and across Berkshire added a sense of history.

The theme this year was 'peace' as the fete celebrated the 100th anniversary of an event held a century earlier on exactly the same site to mark the end of the First World War.

A singer called Pure Vintage added to the atmosphere with the choice of songs she sang.

The Datchet Arts Festival was held simultaneously, featuring works by pupils at Churchmead School in Priory Way where the fete was held as well as villagers.

There were stalls, a bouncy castle and slides for the children.

The tombola raised a record £1,000 and the fete is on track to turning a £6,000 to £7,000 final profit.

Organising committee member Julia Hardy said: "We were so lucky with the weather. Last year it was too hot - and we were competing with the World Cup. The whole committee worked so hard but we always welcome new members."