Villagers were buzzing at Elderslie’s first summer fair for 35 years as revellers enjoyed plenty of fun in the sun.

Go-karting, a bouncy castle and fencing were some of the exciting activities on offer as the village came together for the special event, which could now become an annual affair.

Anne-Marie Balfour, treasurer of Elderslie Community Council, said: “We were very, very pleased with the turnout and we want to make it even bigger and better next year.

“We had all sorts of activities on the go and I would like to thank all the local businesses for their donations, in particular the flower shop, steakhouse and cafe. I would also like to thank Braveheart Fencing for their support.”

Elderslie Community Council is keen to hear from local residents who would like to become members.

The group’s next meeting will take place in Elderslie Village Hall on Tuesday, September 4, starting at 7pm.