Christmas shoppers stepped back in time at the weekend when a Victorian Christmas Market was held in Skegness.
The Village Church Farm museum was full of festive spirit with craft stalls, mulled wine, hot mince pies and horse chestnuts to tempt visitors.
Among the charity stalls was one raising funds for Macmillan Cancer Support, which shared the proceeds with the museum.
Extra funds have been vital thus year after the museum was struck by lightning in July, damaging the ceiling in the parlour.
Volunteer museum director Rodney Martin said: “We had a terrific two days when we raised quite a lot of money for the museum.
“We hope to get the ceiling repaired very soon.”