A POP-UP Christmas sale took place at Jordan's Courtyard, near Ilminster, on Sunday (November 14) and Monday (November 15).

The event was organised by the Somerset Collective, a group that was launched in 2015 by Nicky Mendoza-Wilson and her business partner Gemma Bond.

The collective began in Bruton, hosting regular pop-up sales offering a range of products from food and drink, toys, accessories, bath and skincare, fashion, artwork and more.

In 2018, Jess Hyde took over and expanded the sales to more venues including Jordans Courtyard and Hammonds Farm B&B in Stroud.

Ten per cent of all proceeds at the pop-up will be donated to The Rosie Crane Trust, a charity supporting bereaved parents.

A spokesperson from the Somerset Collective said: "We've had the best two days at Jordan's Courtyard, to whom we owe the biggest thanks for hosting us.

"In the next couple of days we will let you know how much has been raised so watch this space."