The last of Leighton’s Summer Sunday events drew the biggest crowd of the three 2013 events.
The Past, Present & Future Market Day took place on Sunday as the High Street turned into a time travel of eras through the market, with lots of local produce and traders, musicians and entertainers.
Several community groups came together to create such a great vibe and community spirit in the town.
Some local shops opened and spilled out into the High Street whilst North Street came alive with medieval and Saxon villages and various workshops, demonstrations and combat was enjoyed by visitors of all ages who were all keen to get involved.
Church Square was also open to visitors for Harvest in the Street and a food area. Visitors were greeted by the Trot Into Time pony cart rides and music from the Salvation Army.
A spokesman for organisers Leighton-Linslade Towwn Council said: “Whilst the exact number of visitors attending is unclear, based on feedback we understand that people came from far and wide to enjoy the experience and take in the delights of what our town has to offer.
“Many positive comments were heard about what a pleasant, tranquil and friendly town we have.”