Due to an unforeseen clash in the scheduling on Saturday, the main live band, Pesky Alligators, decided to switch their set to a later time slot so as to play to a larger audience.
Teresa Stecko, a member of the organising committee, who runs the Pimm’s stall and is in charge of the music line-up, said: “This was another successful event but the England match really messed it up for us.
“The committee scrambled around to put up a big projector screen in the village hall so people could watch the match, and an acoustic stage was set up in the marquee for those not interested.
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“After the Elvis tribute with backing singers, the Pesky Alligators came on stage and went down an absolute storm.”
As well as live bands, Hosenbury featured a beer tent, refreshment stands, vintage tractors and a Jaguar car display.
Teresa added: “The Abba tribute were fantastic on the Friday night, everyone got dressed up!
“We’re repeating the event next year and are looking to get a Tina Turner tribute, as well as run a classic carfest.
“Those interested in having their car on parade will get free entry and have free camping. Contact us via our website, www.hosenbury.org.uk”