PHILLIP SCHOFIELD opened Fawley summer fete on Saturday.
The TV presenter, who lives in the village, visited every stall at the event in Churchfield.
He also judged the dog show and presented prizes to the five winners, including Jeremy Mais and his dog Dougal, who won the dog who looks most like the owner category.
Entertainment included a find the ú10 note game, pony and vintage Rolls Royce rides, a raffle, tombola and welly throwing.
There was also a band, Punch and Judy show and stalls selling cakes, plants, gifts and clothes.
The fete, which attracted about 120 people, was in aid of St Mary’s Church in the village.
David Napier, one of the organisers, said: “It is a nice, traditional family fete. We were pretty thin on the ground but very relieved when it stopped raining and turned into a lovely day.”
He thanked Schofield, saying: “He is a major supporter of the village.”