RUDYARD Methodist Church was transformed in a floral craft centre for the annual Flower Festival event.
The event took place at the church in Lake Road, with this year's theme set as Country Crafts, created by members of Rudyard Flower Club.
The event began on Sunday with a Songs of Praise by Over Alderley Brass Band, and the closing concert was held on Wednesday with Stoke-on-Trent Methodist Singers. The exhibition took visitors around an array of country crafts skilfully depicted in the 12 major displays.
Retired farmer Charlie Heath, aged 83, of Longsdon, created a replica wooden model of an old fashioned range cooker for the display, which attracted a lot of attention from visitors to the event.
Geoff Buxton, a long serving church steward, said: "We hold this event annually to keep this place going as we need around £8,000 a year to pay for its upkeep, assessments, lighting, insurance and gas heating and this event is always a big help. The ladies from Rudyard Flower Club always do a brilliant job and this year has been no different.”