The shining sun and plenty of fun activities saw visitors and holiday makers flock to Halsway Manor for the fifth annual fete.

Folk acts, producer from around the area and craft-maker stalls were all on offer at the fete on Saturday, June 3.

The day was in aid of the manor's £25,000 restoration appeal.

Traditional folk music and dancing was displayed by the Taunton Deane Morris Dancers, the Sweet Coppin Clog Dancers, City Clickers Clog Dancers and the Silver Flame Rapper dancers.

There was also a chance to join in the fun under the skilful guidance of Halsway's dance tutors in workshops in the dancehall with Ann Hinchliffe.

After working up an appetite, there was also plenty of food on offer in the form of Halsway cream teas, burgers and ice cream from Brinkmans.

Mr Mommet's Punch and Judy kept children entertained as well as face painting, and there was a reading corner with stories read by Minehead Library

Talented crafters showed off their techniques, including wool spinning by Suzanne Borrett, green wood craft by Mervyn Mewis and peg loom weaving by Keepers Makers.

A spokeswoman for Halsway Manor said: "All in all it was a brilliant day, topped off by very kind donations at the gate that have pushed our fundraising efforts over £800 further towards our huge goal of £250,000 for Halsway Manor’s restoration appeal.

"We still have a long way to go so if you think you can help please do, it would be really appreciated."

To donate either send a cheque or visit the funding campaign page