Bisley’s traditional flower show and fete returned this weekend.

The show, which was first held in 1863, took place in a field off Cheltenham Road on Saturday afternoon.

Magician The Illusioneer entertained visitors, alongside Avening Silver Band and the country dancers from Bisley Bluecoat Primary School.

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There was also a variety of stalls, a raffle and a dog show.

The flower show featured a wide range of selections, while there were always awards for crafts and home-grown produce.

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Eleven-year-old Esme Smith was crowned flower queen.

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