Thousands of people have descended on Rushden to enjoy a host of activities and attractions at the Rushden Cavalcade this weekend.
The three-day event began yesterday (Saturday, May 4) and goes on until tomorrow (Monday, May 6).
Organisers say they expect about 25,000 people to visit.
Among the attractions this year are huge displays of steam engines, military vehicles, old buses, motorbikes and classic cars.
There are also fairground rides, attractions in the central arena and dozens of stalls selling all manner of items and food.
Telegraph reporter Michael Whelan has made a short video of just some of the attractions on offer over the bank holiday weekend.
The event takes place in fields just off the A6, south of Rushden.
For more information about the event, visit the Rushden Cavalcade website by clicking here