The annual French market made a welcome return to Chorleywood at the weekend.
The event was held between 10am and 4pm on Sunday, with stallholders from French town Rouen, offering treats such as French bread, gateaux, crepes, cheeses, olives, as well as French music and clothes.
New Parade was closed to traffic for the day so visitors could meander through the stalls uninterrupted.
Kathy Miller, a Chorleywood resident and a visitor at the market, said: "The weather may have been cooler than the sizzlingly hot days we had for the previous two occasions, but Chorleywood’s third annual French market was still as roaring success, with hundreds of smiling people streaming into the town centre."
She added: "It really has become a major event in the Chorleywood social calendar and we look forward to next year's market."