The traditional Plough Sunday service was carried out with much merriment at St James’ parish church in Aslackby at the weekend.
By The Newsroom
Published 20th Jan 2019, 05:17 BST
Updated 7th Feb 2019, 17:56 BST
The service entitled God Speed the Plough saw an old fashioned horse-drawn plough decorated by parishioners before being carried inside for a blessing by Rev Rob Varty in the hope of a good farming year. The Woodworm Band and Greenwood Quire dressed in period country costume accompanied the singing, and a hot lunch was served in the church, followed my more music and dancing.