She cut a ribbon to open the event at Misterton Sports Social Club, then entertained children with games and songs.
There were also dance and theatre performances by pupils of Tracy Everett-Fox School of Dance and Be’Dazzled.
A special feature was the line-up of old cars, tractors, steam roller, and motorcycles.
There were 30 stalls offering a variety of information, products and face-painting and demonstrations by Misterton’s farrier.
Bouncy castles and children’s kiddimoto bike races kept youngsters occupied.
There was also a dog agility show and a full music programme.
Organisers have thanked everyone who took part in the event. All money raised will go to four local charities and good causes.