A FREESTYLE dog show, outdoor yoga and acoustic music were just some of the interesting events at a Tallarn Green fundraiser at the weekend.

Organiser Claire Williams said the day was a great opportunity for the community to come together.

She said: "It's been a a hugely successful event and had the full support of the community, including the chapel, the WI and Borderbrook School.

"It was also a chance for local organisations and small businesses to do their own thing, such as craft stalls and woodturners. We had vintage cars, Strictly Canine, Maggie Mays performing arts, Mark Earp doing chainsaw carving and outdoor yoga in a shady marquee.

"We've also just had some play equipment put in and that was officially opened today by Richard Mewes of the community council and Ed Burke of Tallarn Green Good Causes.

"For a small community we've had a huge turnout and it's been a great day."