OWLS and ponies plus a visit by Snow White ensured a school fete was a magical experience for youngsters on Saturday.

Hundreds of people flocked to Trinity Primary for the fete organised by the PTFA to raise money for school funds.

One of the new attractions this year was a Great British Bake-Off contest judged by Devizes chef Peter Vaughan. PTFA vice-chairman Becky Cox said: "We had lots of entries in all the different categories and a lot of children enjoyed taking part.

"Some of the entries in the show-stopper section were spectacular.

She said the owls also proved a hit and the younger children were enthralled by the visit of Snow White. She said: "She really added a fairy tale element. The pony rides were also very popular.

"We are still counting the money but we hope to raise at least £1,000."