Classic car fan and TV celebrity Stephen Fry was in his element when he went along to Narborough Village Fair on Sunday.
Among numerous attractions laid on for the day was a display of classic cars and bikes plus static engines.
Secretary of the Narborough Village Fair committee, David Burchell, said: “Stephen seemed to thoroughly enjoy himself. He is a fan of classic cars and spent a long time looking them over.
“He was very happy to chat to everyone or have selfies taken. He seemed interested in each and everyone he spoke to and made them feel special.”
The host of BBC’s QI programme, presented prizes in the grand draw. One of them was a copy of the Fry Chronicles, which he signed for the winner.
About 40 stalls sold everything from crafts to preserves and there was also a small fair with a roundabout, bouncy castle and slide for younger visitors.
Mr Burchell said around £1,000 had been raised, most of which will go towards funds for Narborough Community Centre, with a smaller amount going to the Norfolk Lowland Rescue. Pictured are Stephen Fry with, from left, Jack, Owen, Ella and Lucy Lloyd. MLNF14PM07338