Newton Abbot's traditional Cheese and Onion fair was a great success drawing crowds throughout the town yesterday.
A cart filled with an array of cheeses and onions was led through the town centre to kick start the day.
"It was really busy, which I think was helped along by a lot of the primary schools still being on Summer break," said Natalie Hicks, Newton Abbot Town Council events coordinator.
"We also had some impressive stalls and face painting and balloon modelling."
As part of the day, two giant pasties were cut up and given out to the public for a donation.
Almost £65 was raised for the mayor's charity Dame Hannah's Trust.
A further £141 was collected for the cause thanks to a steam organ playing in the town.
Ashford Fruit and Vegetable won the fair's best dressed stall.