Hundreds of visitors were present for the return of Amberley Cow Hunt over the weekend.
The popular event has been running for more than a decade, although this was the first time since 2019 people have been able to take part together.
Dozens of cows were hidden around the village of Amberley and parts of the surrounding common.
There were a few nods to the ways in which the world has changed since ‘Cow-vid’, along with the usual fantastic range of cow costumes.
The tea tent also made its return on the Amberley Parochial School green. Profits from the event will go to the school, as well as Bath-based charity Send a Cow – which works across Africa to provide smallholder farmers with training, tools, seeds and livestock to produce their own food, earn an income and lift themselves out of poverty.
Click the gallery above to view more photos from the event, taken by Simon Pizzey.
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