The Village Green at Wraysbury transformed magically in a top music venue on Saturday.

At 8.15am only a lorry was visible on the site. But by noon it had been transformed with food and drink stalls around its perimeter, a first aid post and a circus tent as Wrayfest 19 got underway.

Party goers started to arrive to what had been billed as a Family Fun Day In The Park and the music began at 1pm with groups and solo artist taking to the stage for their performance every 30 minutes.

Circus performers at the other end of the Green commenced their entertainment for the children, many of whom having already visited the tent of the face painter.

Wrayfest19 had grown from its predecessor Wrayfest 18 staged last year on the village Memorial Ground. That had been a great success with attendees asking for a follow up this year.

The new committee with its joint chairmen Carly Ann Gibbon and Gary Hall decided to stage Wrayfest 19 on The Green at the hub of the village. Tickets sold out almost at once.

Carly said: "We wanted this event to be a family fun day. It has certainly achieved our objective. Walking about I have received so many compliments and request for a Wrayfest 20.“