SPARSHOLT College annual countryside fair was its biggest so far.

Thousands of visitors trying to get to the event caused delays along the B3049 towards Stockbridge.

Visitors got to meet more than 500 animals including reptiles, spiders, donkeys, Llamas, goats, rabbits and two of the newest recruits, Kiki and Ling, the red pandas.

People also had the opportunity to view the 400-acre farm where they could meet the sheep, cows and pigs, and take a wildlife walk around the deer park.

Other attractions throughout the day included live music from Brazilian group Bat2K, and the New Forest band The Plonkers.

There was also the chance to have a ride in a helicopter, hawk and gun dog displays, show jumping and dressage, pole climbing, clay shooting and archery.

Meanwhile, the English Open Tree Climbing Championships attracted contestants from across the UK.