Stilt walkers and Morris dancers entertain at Minchinhampton Country Fayre
MINCHINHAMPTON was transformed into a mass of merriment during the town’s country fayre on Saturday.
Families enjoyed a host of activities including pony rides, archery and traditional children’s games throughout the day.
The High Street was packed with craft and produce stalls and a display of vintage and classic cars and there were fairground rides and a gliding simulator.
A food court on the school field hosted a variety of produce and drink stalls, including a hog roast and an art exhibition in the Market House featured work by Gloucestershire artists.
Minchinhampton Country Fayre takes place every two years and dates back to medieval times.
This year there was so much to see that organisers expanded onto the common, where visitors were able to see the National Trust's 100 years of Caring exhibition to mark the centenary of Minchinhampton Common.
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