A Lewes church was packed this weekend for the town's annual Harvest thanksgiving service arranged by Harvery's brewery.
A congregation of more than 200 met at St Thomas a Becket on Saturday (October 1) before making their way along Cliffe High Street to take part in traditional folk dances.
The service was led by Brother George Linnegar with traditional music from Sussex Harmony under leader Rachel Jordan. The occasion also raised more than £800 for the Cliffe church's restoration appeal.
Churchwarden Trevor Butler said: "We are tremendously grateful to Harvey's and their supporters for such a generous donation towards our essential repairs".
Harvey's joint managing director Miles Jenner spoke warmly of the church's importance to Lewes and its dedication to St Thomas a Becket, the patron saint of English brewing.
The weekend also saw the church's own Harvest celebrations with a service attended by the town's Mayor and councillors as well as Lewes MP Maria Caulfield.
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