SATURDAY'S flawless weather drew 800 or more people to the Health and Wellbeing Fair at Rose Bank Gardens in Malvern.

The event showcased a wide variety of practitioners in various health disciplines from around the town and beyond.

The day's demonstrations were kicked off with Malvern Mindfulness, who led a morning meditation, with town mayor Cynthia Palmer joining in the meditation workshop.

Our Lizzy’s cooking classes always go down a treat, and Saturday was no different, with Lizzy showing the crowds how to cook a delicious dish with wild garlic.

The Happy Gut Hut's kombucha, made with Malvern spring water, also proved popular, with people enjoying the many different flavours it was available in.

And visitors also had a chance to get funky with Maria Morelli’s classes in belly dancing and pounding, while Rew’s Apothecary showed how to use essential oils, and Altair de Almeida led a Tai Chi and Qigong class.

The council's events organiser, Dilys Watson, said: "It was a brilliant day, Rose Bank Gardens was buzzing right from start to finish and the atmosphere was great.

"The event was the most successful health and wellbeing fair yet, and it was just lovely to see so many people enjoying the sunny weather in town."