LIVE re-enactments, battles, music, fun, games and laughter filled Rugby town centre as St George’s Day came to life.
Crowds gathered to watch the patriotic scenes in High Street which included a traditional St George battle.
There was also live music, dragons, birds of prey and crafts for everyone to enjoy during the day.
Entertainment including music from the medieval group Brandy Wine Bridge, an ancient Mummers play and short performances by children from Northlands Primary School.
There was also face painting and fun and games with Wally the Clown.
Young and old alike lined the streets waving England flags throughout the event was organised by Rugby First.