Horley’s St George’s Day celebrations were in full swing on Saturday.
Luckily the rain held off for most of the day as hundreds of people waited to see St George pull his dragon through town.
This year’s parade through the town was led by the Redhill Corps Band with St George and the dragon.
Visitors were treated to host of events and stalls.
The High Street was filled by more than 50 market stalls and was buzzing with live entertainment including the popular pie-eating competition, the Carina Rose Dancers, and music from Back2Back, Drop Dead Red and Paul Cox.
Fun fair rides including bouncy castles and slides were in the Consort East car park.