The sound of music could be heard across Devizes, as dozens of organs were wheeled onto the Green this weekend.

The Southern Counties Organ Festival is an annual gathering of mechanical organs, their owners and enthusiasts.

A total of 30 organs, and their owners, came together as well as three miniature steam engines and four stationary engines.

Rod Hurkett, from Chippenham, explained that the organs had been "all the rage" in the 1930s at events, fairs and birthdays - until record players made things harder.

Jeff Davis, who had travelled through from Glastonbury, had spent the last 18 months working on his one-man-band style organ.

"It is really good to come to events like this and see what people have created" he said.

"It takes a lot of work, I built this one myself over the course of 18 months. It's definitely not easy to do but it is rewarding when you can see your finished piece working and people enjoying it."

The event also raised money for Wiltshire Air Ambulance and other local charities.