HUNDREDS of people enjoyed clear blue skies, bright sunshine and the best food and entertainment that Corsham has to offer at its annual street fair.

The annual event on Saturday attracted residents of the town and people from surrounding hamlets and villages.

Corsham Town Council had organised four hours of live music, entertainment, stalls, The Little Zoo at Farleigh Wick, great food and drink.

There was even a fruit and vegetable trail for local children to follow around the town centre.

Town council chairman Cllr Steve Abbott said: "Today has been terrific. There have been some amazing things happening all around the town. We have been so lucky with the weather. It has been really good all day."

This year’s event not only took place in the High Street and Martingate Centre but also in the car park and garden of Corsham’s Digital Mansion on Pickwick Road.

This area included a sneak peek of the upcoming Peacock Arts Trail from October 5-13; a state-of-the-art, one-of-a-kind gamer van full of consoles and children’s activities including tri-golf and inflatable fun.

Visitors sat in the sunshine taking in the sights and sounds, enjoying the food and drink on offer, or spent the afternoon browsing the many stalls.

At the Flemish Weaver, pub manager Robert Carter, his wife Lorraine, and head chef Matthew Butler had almost run out of the tasty foods they had cooked for the event.

Lorraine said: "We have been offering visitors a taste of what's on our menu in return for a donation to the Devizes Opportunity Centre.

"It is just good vibes for the local community. We've had lots of people in the pub, looking around, and the afternoon has been really enjoyable."

Stallholders were also very happy with one saying: "I love coming to Corsham. It's really well organised and I always do well here."