Hundreds of people enjoyed a traditional harvest festival at Sacrewell over the weekend.
The farm, near Wansford, was a hive of rural activity and included activities such as apple pressing, willow weaving and drop spinning.
For the first time since its restoration, flour was being milled in the Grade II watermill, while the shire horse ploughing proved a popular feature once again.
Marketing executive Megan Allen said: “It went really well and it was a great harvest festival.”
The farm worked closely with Peterborough Environment City Trust and The Green Backyard on a number of activities and Mrs Allen thanked them for their support.