HUNDREDS of people gathered for the annual Weyhill Fair.
The Fairground Country Fair took place on Saturday and Sunday with colourful events for all the family.
There was a funfair, a fashion show and a fun dog show, with categories such as the waggiest tail and most appealing eyes.
Plenty of stalls sold their wares, including food and arts and crafts, while live music kept the crowds entertained.
People could see rare breed sheep from David Sullivan, courtesy of the Fairground’s very own Beaker Button, along with demonstrations on how to spin wool into yarn on traditional spinning wheels.
Edinburgh Wool showcased its new spring/summer collection with a catwalk fashion show, while The Fairground’s Busy Hands Studio provided free paper craft activities.