THE tranquil village of Frampton on Severn was transformed into a spectacle of entertainment on Sunday when more than 13,000 visitors attended the annual Frampton Country Fair.

Crowds were treated to a packed programme of entertainment and displays across the 30-acre lakeside site at Frampton Court Estate.

Younger visitors had their share of activities, including a climbing wall, fun fair rides and animal petting opportunities.

The Renegades parachute team dropped in and helped to raise £2,000 for the Royal British legion and the Royal Signal's White Helmets motorcycle display team showed off their skills.

More than 400 traders sold everything from waterproof jackets to decorative glass and wild boar sausages.

Rollo Clifford and his wife Janie have been hosting the event on their family’s land for 26 years and organising the event for 20 years.

Mr Clifford said: "We are very much a traditional country fair, celebrating and showing the best of our great countryside. 

"I can’t remember ever seeing so many people gathered around the main ring.  It was a fantastic day and a great turnout means more help for the good causes that the event supports."