HUNDREDS of people filled Abingdon town centre for a Christmas craft fair on Saturday.
People of all ages turned up to enjoy dozens of stalls selling a range of clothes, gifts and homemade products.
The craft fair also featured local choirs, accompanied by Ian Miles, and a brass band with the fun taking place in the Square in Abingdon.
Wendy Preston, 55, from Kingston Bagpuize, said she and a friend had spent the afternoon soaking up the festive atmosphere.
She said: “It was really lovely, especially with the band and choirs. Everything seemed really Christmassy.
“And I ended up buying far more than I meant to. There were leather stalls, stalls selling lovely Christmas cards, food stalls and all sorts.
“It was really busy for most of the day.”