THOUSANDS of visitors descended on Stonor Park for a four-day craft event that ended on bank holiday Monday.
The Chilterns Craft and Design Show featured more than 250 trade stands selling jewellery, glassware, paintings, timber crafts, clothes, flowers, cards, soaps and many other products.
There were also workshops, including papermaking and children’s jewellery making. Demonstrations included willow weaving and basket-making.
Visitors could buy fresh, local, artisan products, such as farmhouse cheese, hand-made chutneys and sauces, nuts and seeds, fine wines and spirits and luxury chocolates and fudge.
A birds and beasts roadshow featured a mix of creepy crawlies, reptiles and birds and there were falconry displays each day from the Hawking Centre.
There was also a range of food and drink on offer and musical entertainment was provided by the Haywood Sisters trio and Crooked Style.