Over 300 people rushed to Dillington Estate to celebrate this year's Stuarts Summer Country and Craft Fair.

The event, which took place under the blazing sunshine, took place on Saturday, June 29.

Proceeds went towards its chosen charity, Crewkerne Supports Cancer Research UK, with a total of £200 raised and donated.

Also showcased at the fair were 15 stalls, which displayed items from glass paintings, hand-drawn cards, to up-cycled upholstery.

(Image: Stuarts Cafe)

Visitors were then entertained by the South Petherton Majorettes, a bouncy castle, and face painting.

Paul Smith, a local artist, delivered a musical performance that was a hit with the crowd.

Catering was provided by Stuarts Cafe, serving burgers and sausages, along with a selection of ice creams.

People are encouraged to keep an eye on Stuarts Cafe and Countrywear's social media channels for details about the upcoming Autumn Fair, which takes place on September 21 and starts at 11am.