OVER 1,000 people attended the Scuttlebrook Wake on a sunny Saturday.

During the day, fancy dress entrants and floats assembled in Littleworth before the judging of the fancy dress.

There was then a procession from Litteworth to the square headed by Bretforton Silver Band. The Campden Morris Dancers then drew the trolley bearing the queen and her attendants. The new queen was then crowned by the retiring queen before she took part in a prize-giving.

North Cotswold Community Radio (NCCR) provided the music after the wake festivities finished in Chipping Campden.

NCCR curated the stage and first up was Generation Jones, two local teachers from Chipping Campden school.

Second on stage was singer and songwriter Chloe Elliot from Stourport-on-Severn. The 17 year old has been cited as one of the most promising acts from the region since Ellie Goulding shot to fame.

For country fans, Devon Mayson, from Ashton Under Hill was amongst the performers.

Speak Brother rounded off the performance, coinciding with the release of their new album.

Scuttlebrook Wake is a name derived from Cattlebrook, a stream that ran through Leysbourne in the northern end of the town

The wake on Saturday June 2, always follows a day after the Cotswold Olimpicks which returned to Chipping Campden after a break last year.

Attached Photographs: Speak, Brother, Generation Jones, Chloe Elliot & Devon Mason