The family of a soldier who was murdered outside his barracks cheered on members of his regiment as they took part in a charity truck pull.
Fusilier Lee Rigby was killed in a brutal attack in the street outside Woolwich Barracks in south east London in May.
His widow, Rebecca, and their two-year-old son, Jack, cheered on members of the barracks who took part in a fundraiser in Medbourne, Leicestershire.
Hundreds of locals turned out in the sunshine to support the event, which saw teams pull eight-ton trucks along a one-mile course through the village.
Money raised will be donated to a fund to help Private Rigby's son as well as local good causes in Medbourne.
Mrs Rigby said: "It's been a great day and there's a great turnout."