Quality crafts and gifts from all over the world were on sale at a school’s Christmas market.
Stamford High School’s parent association hosted the event in Stamford Arts Centre on Saturday.
Traders, most of whom were from the Stamford area, sold goods ranging from wood carvings and dried fruit arrangements to clothing and decorations.
A collection was held on the door to raise money for Stamford Foodbank.
Parent association chairman Fiona Brown said: “The collection was very good and everyone was positive about the foodbank and happy to donate.
“Most of the traders were local, which was great to see.
“It was great fun.”