In pictures: Festival of Angels
The first Festival of Angels at St Mary's Church in Higham Ferrers took place in 2004 and since then there have been two more in 2006 and 2009.
Local groups and organisations in the area get the chance to make their own angels. The Girl Guides, Brownies and Rangers are celebrating their 100 year anniversary and made 100 angels to mark it.
Archangel Gabriel is the only angel that has appeared in all three festivals. He is considered the patriarch of the festival.
Groups get a chance to express their imagination using many different materials including fabrics and paper mache.
Over the years the number of people taking part has grown. They started with 38 lots in 2004 and in 2009 there were 58 lots.
This time around the church group encouraged local businesses, charities church members and schools to get involved.
As people walked round they were asked to choose an angel that they liked. The angel with the most votes won a prize.
Many local businesses created angels which represented their jobs. These architects used plans to make an 'Arch'-angel.
Many of the angels in the church took many hours to create and some of them were designed to fit certain areas of the church. Many were a feat of engineering!
Lots of people visited St Mary's Church which gave the whole community a chance to celebrate the creativity of the town.