Thousands of visitors enjoyed this weekend’s sunshine at the annual Robin Hill Spring Garden Show at Downend.
The weather remained dry for the two-day event allowing visitors to enjoy a variety of performances, stalls and tasty treats in the early Spring sunshine.
Bestival curator Rob Da Bank judged the inaugural Pimp My Gnome competition, which saw a variety of gnomes blinged up for the Earl Mountbatten Hospice fundraising appeal.
Local food was a big emphasis of the event, which featured a food theatre with a variety of local chefs.
Two arenas displayed dog agility, falconry and marching bands, with a petting farm going down well with children.
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