The village of Onecote celebrated a successful Festival of Lights last weekend.
The event started on Friday evening when carols were sung around the Christmas tree outside the church. This was followed by mulled wine and mince pies in the church.
On Saturday and Sunday St Luke's Church was open for visitors where more than 20 Christmas trees were on show.
The decorations, which included a snowman, space, Stanley Matthews, angel and star quiz trees, were displayed in the church.
The trees had all been designed and erected by members of the local community.
On Saturday night a safari night was organised. Thirty-seven people took part in the event where people visit different addresses for each course of a meal. A spokesman said: "A good turnout of people visited the church over the weekend." All the proceeds from the weekend will go to church funds.