GRAYSHOTT Cricket Club’s Beer and Wine Festival raised £1,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support and the club’s funds in July.

Club spokesman Graham Sampson said: “The weather was again kind throughout the weekend, the music excellent together with lots of people who turned up to sample all the different varieties of beer, cider and wine on offer. The event kicked off on Friday night with a quiz, great food cooked by the Beacon Hill Coffee Lounge’s Alex Ford.

The evening was finished off with local band Coyote putting on a great show.

“On the Saturday a large crowd gathered towards the end of an exciting game of cricket between Grayshott 2nd XI and Shalford 1st XI.”

Sri Lankan food was the theme for the evening cooked by Devi Sriharan followed by a display from Steel Strum. Sunday was a more relaxing day with the six-a-side cricket competition plus a barbecue with South African Braai food thanks to Andre Oosthuizen

Rob Gregory’s ‘Fine legs’ beat Danny Brown’s ‘Village People’ in the final.

Mr Sampson won a bat signed by the England cricket team in the raffle.