THE streets of Odiham were filled with foodies this weekend as FlavourFest took over the town.

Now in its fourth year, 6,000 people came to the town to enjoy the event in the glorious sunshine on Bank Holiday Monday, making it a sell-out.

As well as the 50 artisan food and drink stalls which took over the town centre, there was cookery demonstrations and live music.

Becci Friend, Chair of inOdiham, said: “We have had fantastic feedback from visitors, stallholders and local businesses who all entered into the spirit of the day.

“inOdiham is proud to have supported such an enjoyable family day out.”

Jan Baker, a local resident, added: “Events like these bring new visitors and suppliers to the village, which has a positive knock-on effect to our local businesses.”

One of the most popular parts of the event was the non-stop live music, featuring Jim Hammond, Helen Muggeridge, Katy Hurt, The Hedge Inspectors and Late to the Party.

Jenny Atherton, who managed the events for Fuse Projects, said: “The atmosphere couldn’t be beaten and this annual event really brings the village to life.”