There were crafts galore at the St Martins Centre on Saturday.

The community venue hosted a Christmas craft fair which saw stallholders offer various gift ideas, while the adjacent room had a pottery painting workshop.

Keith Allum, who organised the event with Jen Heard, said support was good.

He continued: "It has all been organised by the St Martins Centre and is supporting the community through that.

"It is the second event like this we have hosted. We have 14 traders who are all local and selling handmade items.

"It's going well. We're pleased with the number of people through the door. We had 120 people visit last one which was back in the summer."

Keith added: "We do t so we can see what people are doing in the village and give local people who are crafting a chance to show the work what they are doing.

"But it also helps to raise the profile of the centre."