THERE were activities for all ages to enjoy as the Wessex Country Fair returned for 2022. 

The Salisbury Hospice Charity event on Saturday (August 6) was held in the grounds of the Wilton House Estate. 

Visitors flocked to enjoy music, demonstrations and more in the glorious sunshine. 

The music stage offered up a variety of country, blues, jazz and folk music with headliners The Wurzels performing in the evening. 

In the main arena there has been falconry and sheep dog shows as well as displays from Phoenix Stars and Sarum Morris Dancers.

There was also displays of vintage and classic cars as well as tractors and steam engines and the popular dog show where owners got to show off their prize pooches. 

For younger visitors there were fairground rides and donkey rides to keep them entertained. 

In the Hospice Village people were able to take some time out and find our more about the work of Salisbury Hospice Charity. 

The event raises funds to support te vital care it provides. Salisbury Hospice provides specialist palliative care to 1,000 local people with life-limiting conditions.

It costs £2.9 million to run the hospice annually.