Members of a dancing group put on a performance to represent the county at an annual event.
Rutland Morris joined more than 200 other morris dancers at the Saddleworth Rushcart weekend in Yorkshire.
The dancers wheeled a cart stacked high with two tonnes of rushes on a 12-mile route around villages in the area. Each year, the jockey who sits on top of the stack of rushes chooses a particular theme.
This year, they chose to remember police officers Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone, who were killed in a grenade attack in Greater Manchester in September last year.
Member Dave Casewell said: “We were proud of our dancing in front of large crowds and were able to soak up the atmosphere of this unique weekend.”