PUDLESTON’S annual flower festival has once again been a success.

The festival, founded in 2014, was held at St Peter’s church and themed around the 100th anniversaries of Warner Brothers and Disney.

The event prides itself on its elaborate themes, with previous years being based on Winnie the Pooh and Agatha Christie.

There were 17 displays in all, including ones inspired by Pirates of the Caribbean, Little Shop of Horrors, Lord of the Rings, Mary Poppins, My Fair Lady, North by North West, Frozen and the Adventures of Robin Hood to name but a few.

It was described by one visitor as, "more of an instillation or an exhibition rather than what you perceive a flower festival to be.”

A spokesperson for the festival said: “This was a real community event, all at St Peter’s Pudleston are so grateful for the help and support from people not only in our village who helped but from the surrounding villages who came together to help make this event happen. They are a testament to true community spirit and the greater importance of such events.”