CRAFTS, tasty food stalls and live music filled Trowbridge town centre today as the final Weavers Market of the year took place in the town.

Several rooms inside the Town Hall came to life as artists and crafters set up their stalls and greeted the public.

In the town centre, street food vans offered warming food and a host of live performers were ready to entertain.

Trowbridge company Taboo Chocolate is run by wife and husband act Catherine and Shaun Newble. Shaun was on hand today offering samples of their tasty dark chocolate and said it had been a bumper day for sales.

He said: “We started the from our home about three years ago and in the last year have been going to lots of markets. This one has been really popular, we have gone to every Weavers Market throughout the summer.

“Today has been the busiest day for us.”

Bradford on Avon artist Katherine Ellis’s creations are usually seen stocking the shelves of the Made in Bradford shop. But today she has been busy talking to customers and other tradespeople.

She said: “I come from an art background and have tried lots of crafts in the past. I am quite new to this still but I think the Weavers Market is a really good thing for Trowbridge.”

Mareike Wehner came from Bristol to showcase her hand printed items and said she was really impressed with the market. She added: “I am keen to come back again because it has been great so far, very busy.”