TAKE a look at our photo gallery from the 40th edition of Penryn Fair Day, which took place on Saturday.

The festivities are a culmination of a year of hard work from the dedicated team of volunteers who make up the Penryn Town Fair Committee.

They organised a range of entertainment featuring a much-anticipated appearance of street performer Titan the Robot, whose automaton antics were on display outside the Methodist Church at 2pm and 4pm.

Before the parade at 1pm there was a commemoration at the Stone on Quay Hill to the Prayer Book Rebellion – a momentous event in Cornish history.

The town fair parade assembled at 12.50pm outside of the memorial to proceed to the Methodist Church supported by professors from the University of Exeter in their gowns.

Councillor Mary May opened the fair at 1pm, with St Keverne Silver Band playing from 1.20pm to 1.50pm and then again from 3pm to 3.30pm at The Terrace.

Memorial Gardens hosted a range of activities for younger Rynners including a Punch and Judy show, bouncy castle, face painting and various stalls.

There was also a giant slide at the top end of town and a chair-o-plane at Fish Cross.