TERRIER racing and classic cars were just some of the attractions at Frogham Fair.

The annual event, which took place on Saturday, is organised by a committee belonging to the Hyde Memorial Hall Committee.

A spokesperson for the organising committee said: “We had 1,260 paying visitors (children under 17 were free), nearly 200 volunteers and hundreds of dogs keen to join in the terrier racing, the various dog shows and the dog agility course.”

There were prizes for the best looking, bad fur day and waggiest tail.

Entertainment for humans and dogs alike came in the form of Stuart Barnes’ Dog & Duck show.

This year’s event saw a visitor survey carried out for the first time which revealed there was a mix of locals and holidaymakers attending the fair with the furthest afield coming from Newcastle.

There were also lots of stalls, games, food and drink for people to enjoy.

The classic car rally featured 35 vintage and classic cars and in a public vote, a 1967 Chrysler New Yorker won the best car.

The organisers said that it was a “very successful day”. The fundraising total for the event is yet to be confirmed.

Next year’s fair will be held a month earlier on June 27.