The final pieces are being put in place for the third annual Charity Jigsaw Festival.
Over 1,000 puzzles have been donated and assembled by many willing people from the local community.
During the festival, which runs from Friday August 22-25, upto 200 made-up jigsaws of various makes, types and sizes will fill St. Martin’s Church and as soon as one puzzle is sold another will be put on display.
There will be puzzles for all tastes including children’s puzzles, traditional country scenes, 3D, double-sided, murder mystery and crossword among others.
The festival will also include crafts, a luxury Raffle, a Tombola, a Golden Jigsaw Competition paying cash prizes as well as delicious treats including morning coffee, bacon butties, all day breakfasts and afternoon tea.
Entry will be £2, which includes a £1 discount voucher towards the purchase of a puzzle at the Festival and a donation from the proceeds will be made to local charity, Together for Looked-after Children.