A fantastic array of art work was on display in a corner of the Tanat Valley on Saturday.

The 10x10 art competition is now in its third year and saw individuals and local school children create art on a 10x10cm space in any medium.

The 358 entries were then put on display at the deconsecrated St Illog's Church in Hirnant which is now used as a community space.

Nicola Bradley, explained that the weekend started off with a cheese and wine evening on Friday, followed by the main exhibition on Saturday which included an opportunity for visitors to try needle felting and make creations with beeswax.

Nicola continued: "We have been well supported and are grateful to people who have supported us this year with the raffle and prizes.

Proceeds from the event go towards the upkeep of the building.