THERE was a large gathering at the town square to celebrate the finale of this year's Shipston Proms.

Around 1,000 people enjoyed a street party featuring food and drink, and music.

The line-up was headlined by 90s band The BritPop Boys, supported by Oliver Darling and the Living Legends and Mr Blonde.

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This year's Shipston Proms, in its 21st year, included a variety of musical acts from classical, through jazz to blues, folk and favourites such as Mrs Porter’s Chamberpot Pourri, Shipston High School's summer showcase concert, the Young Musicians concert and Songs from the Shows.

On the last night, which was opened by Shipston Town Cryer Marion Lowe, Proms chairman Charlotte Haines summed up the party by telling the crowd: "Look how many of you there are here - thanks for supporting the Proms."

The event was free through the support of main sponsor The Cotswolds Distillery and the other sponsors of the event, the support of the committee and volunteers.

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