THE weather wasn't the greatest, but that didn't stop the fun in Worcestershire this weekend, Your pictures, and ours, tell the story:

Admiring the blooms at Droitwich Spa and District Horticultural Society show at Droitwich Leisure Centre on Bank Holiday Monday:

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The weekend ended in downpours on Monday:

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But in Pershore they ignored the showers... it was plum festival time. Festival princess consort Lilly Adams, Plum Princess Analeise Cooper and princess consort Ella Townend are pictured below:

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Some of the entries at Great Comberton flower and vegetable show, near Pershore, were a bit corny:

Very civilised! Quoits on the lawn during the first open weekend for the Walled Garden at Croome Court, near Upton:

The Prescott Breakfast Club, Gotherington, near Cheltenham: "The Prescott Breakfast Club is open to all.We are featuring car clubs and Marques throughout year, but the main objective is for everyone to enjoy a convivial breakfast and meet with like minded folks in a very informal environment."

There was something fishy going on at Evesham:

Click the link below for full results from the festival:

Also in Evesham, a free musical festival was being held at Hampton Ferry to raise money for the Abbey Bell Tower Appeal:

A police wedding for Worcester. Forever together!

The big stars of the Sunshine Festival at Upton were teen rappers Bars and Melody (BAM):

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But there were other acts too:

Food was on the menu in Herefordshire:

Roy McDonald writes: "A great day on South Quay, Worcester. The biggest arts market attracted lots of visitors. With local artists able to showcase their pictures. Worcester Tourism Association and Worcester Bid, who run the event, are really pleased that the weather held and that the event was so succesful." This picture below shows photographer Chris Dobbs exhibiting his photos of Worcester:

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