BRACKNELL got in the spirit of the season at an autumn fayre at the weekend. 

The event, featuring a fashion show and 60 stalls, took place at Garth Hill College on Saturday, October 21.

The fayre, which is run annually by the Easthampstead Rotary Club, was packed out with families and residents looking to enjoy the festivities. 

The club linked up with Marks and Spencer for two fashion shows, which involved the Lexicon store offering up a selection of its clothing for display.

Elsewhere in the fayre were some 60 stalls, selling a wide selection of clothing for all ages, as well as wedding services, vintage toy cars, handmade jewellery and face and bodycare products. 

There were raffles, board games, and a selection of vendors offering up hot and cold food. 

For children, there were demonstrations on pumpkin carving and flower preparing. 

For a slightly older audience, cocktail making sessions were put on, allowing fayre-goers the opportunity to produce and enjoy their own autumnal drinks.