MAGIC, mystery and fundraising - as well as blue skies and sunshine - brought out a bumper crowd for this year's Charlbury Street Fair.

Among those dressing up for the theme of the 52nd annual event, on Saturday, was Graham Canning dressed as the wizard Merlin.

The fair raises money for the Corner House and Memorial Hall. Local groups also do their own fundraising, including Charlbury Cricket Club - with member Tim Duester in the stocks helping raise funds for the building of a new pavilion after the devastation of the July floods.

Morris dancers, fire engine demonstrations, a classic car display and egg throwing were also among the attractions. The weekend finished on Sunday with the annual fun run.