The flag has been lowered and the Choral Evensong finale marked the end of the successful two-week Romsey Festival.

With various performances and displays to exhibit all things Art, Romsey has seen and heard all kinds of talent from across the town.

From singing to historic walks, yarn bombs to classical musicians, there was something for everyone.

Mark Edgerley, Vice Chair of the Festival has expressed how proud he has been of all the organisers behind the event, which was founded in 1984 by former Mayor, Pam Gale.

Town Mayor, Cllr Karen Dunleavy gives a huge congratulations to the Festival Team on a fantastic two weeks.

She said: "All the hard work paid off and the festival certainly helped the town awaken from its pandemic slumber.

“There has been so much to do and see, really something for everyone. I have had a wonderful two weeks and send thanks to all involved”.