Hundreds turn out to support local food fest
Some of the Westcountry's finest producers served up a multitude of food and culinary delights at a festival celebrating locally-sourced food.
Hundreds of people turned out for the Lyn Food Fest in North Devon on Sunday with an array of produce available ranging from fish to tea and from pies to curry.
The festival, in the town of Lynton, was first staged six years ago. This year, 35 local traders took part in the event.
Trader Dora Johnston, who runs the Homegrown Catering Company based in Combe Martin, said: "It has been a lovely, friendly day.
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"There has been a really good turnout of people in the town."
Christine Bowden, of Lynton Town Council who helped organise the event, said "hundreds" of people had come through the town during the day.
Trader Kat Denyer, from cake business Amanda Janes in Lynton, said she had already had some orders for Christmas cakes.
She said: "We are trying to push for our Christmas cake orders and we have had a couple of orders today."
One trader not selling food was tree surgeon Lawrence Fry, who sold a range of turned wood bowls and boards.
He said: "I wanted to take part because it's is on my doorstep. Trade has been good. I will definitely come back."