Hundreds of people support Hartley Wintney Pram Race and raise money for St John's Church Building Fund and The Matthew Elvidge Trust
There was plenty of monkeying around during Saturday's fun-filled Hartley Wintney Pram Race.
The action-packed event featured a variety of races around the picturesque village cricket green and duck pond.
There were prizes for the first and second place in each race, the best fancy dress and the team with the most money collected in their bucket.
Hundreds of people turned out to support the event, which was sponsored by local shops, businesses and community organisations.
Proceeds are still being counted but will be shared between St John’s Church Building Fund and The Matthew Elvidge Trust.
St John’s in Hartley Wintney is raising funds for a major £2.3m building project featuring new facilities for the church and community, which officially open on November 16.
The Matthew Elvidge Trust was formed in 2010, shortly after Matthew took his own life, aged 23, after a short period of depression.
The Hartley Wintney-based trust aims to increase the awareness of depression, its signs and behaviours, to equip and train people best placed to identify those risks, and to encourage and help people who are suffering from depression.
Did your pram team make it into our picture special? See this week’s News & Mail, out Thursday, to find out.