There was crafts and creatures galore at Enys House and Gardens near Penryn at the weekend as it hosted its annual craft fair.

As well as the usual stalls selling artists work, the fair included a kids craft workshop and live music, along with the chance to stroll around the gardens or take part in a wildlife trail.

And this year the organisers also invited representatives from a number of animal charities, who brought their furred and feathered friends along to the delight of children and adults alike.

Organiser Linda Beard said: "It went extremely well. That was the fifth fair at Enys and we always seem to have good weather. I'm very pleased, we had a lot of people."

Over the two days, the fair was visited by charities such as Flick Foundation and the British Hen Society, as well as Last Chance Hotel who organised a fun dog show.

Linda likes to pick the artists for the craft fair herself, to ensure that they are of a sufficiently high quality, and she said: "We have a lot of craft fairs in Cornwall so I always try to add a little bit extra"

She added: "That's what it's all about, rather than raising money."