Families enjoyed a festival of beer and apples at the Cogges Manor Farm in Witney.

The Church Lane tourist attraction, which recently reopened, hosted the autumn treat on Saturday and Sunday.

Adults were able to try a range of beers from Witney brewers Wychwood, while youngsters took part in apple-related activities.

Apple bobbing, apple and spoon races and apple juice making were all on offer, as well as live music, a bouncy castle and animal petting.

Seven-year-old Eabha Morris said: “I loved it because we got to do lots of fun things. I enjoyed making the apple juice the most. It was just really, really fun.”

Her mum, Alex, 36, of Witney, said: “It was a lovely day.

“It is just nice to get down there and see the farm being used and enjoy the orchards.”

Cogges was shut for two years after Oxfordshire County Council withdrew funding. It was taken over by a team of volunteers and reopened in July.

Cogges interim director Mollie Dodd said: “It has been a great success and the apple olympics were really popular.”