Winslow’s Christmas fayre and light switch-on took place in Market Square on Thursday November 29 .
The event featured music from a choir called ‘Impromptu’, which as the name suggests, was formed just for the evening.
Father Christmas made an appearance during the evening arriving in a model T Ford provided by the Tuckett Brothers.
Once he had arrived, Santa handed out small Christmas trees to young children.
One of the other highlights of the evening was the presence of live reindeer courtesy of Claydon Christmas Tree Farm.
The town’s mayor Cllr Hugh Morton conducted the countdown to the turning on of the lights, alongside the town’s young citizen of the year Matthew Streeter.
There were 14 stalls and estimates are that a very healthy number of people attended.
The event was jointly organised by Winslow Town Council and the Chamber of Trade.
A town council spokesman said: “This is a very traditional Winslow event that was enjoyed by all again this year.
“Turnout was very good and it was really nice to see the children enjoying the start of the build-up to Christmas.”
Photos by Jake McNulty.