VISITORS to Deddington Farmers’ Market were going nuts as it celebrated its tenth anniversary at the weekend.

There was heaps of fun to be had beyond the traditional stalls which line the Market Place on the fourth Saturday of every month.

This included a traditional Punch and Judy show, balloon modelling, Washboard Bill’s Jug Stompers, as well as plenty of nuts for everyone.

Dray horses from Hook Norton Brewery also put in an appearance.

David Barbour, of Heath Farm Nuts in Swerford, is a regular at Deddington.

He said: “Deddington is one of the very best. It is an amazing community venture.”

Heath Farm Nuts has been going for 20 years and produces walnuts, hazelnuts and chestnuts.

Geoff Todd, chairman of Deddington Market Management Group, said: “Over the past ten years the market has expanded from an initial dozen stallholders from within our community to today’s market with nearly 70 traders.

“Deddington is now one of the larger markets in the country and has been nationally acknowledged.

“This has been made possible by the efforts of a willing group of volunteers.”