MORE than 2,000 people turned out this weekend for Bromyard's Jubilee celebrations.

Market Square played host to more than 2,000 people as the Jubilee weekend coincided with the launch of the new Bromyard Dining Club.

Attractions included street food and local drinks producers including music and entertainment on the Saturday evening.

Sunday then saw the launch of the new Bromyard Market in the Square, a new outdoor market running on the first Sunday of every month.

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Digbeth Dining club joined forces with local drink traders to create Bromyard Dining Club.

The street food included Disco Fries, Flats Doughnuts, Gyoza Gyoza and Cleopatra’s Kitchen, all while Bromyard FM DJs set the vibe.

The weekend also saw The Backward D launched - Bromyard’s brew produced in collaboration with Wye Valley Brewery.

With a nod to the controversy surrounding Bromyard’s branding, which made headlines earlier this year, the D-lightful Pale Ale sold three times the number of other beers at the event.

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Bromyard’s merchandise stall featured at the first monthly market too, selling out of their ‘Bushel edition’ stock by closing time.

All monies raised from the sale of merchandise and The Backward D will go back into the community via Bromyard and Winslow Town Council. More than £1,000 has already been raised.

Nearly 2,000 people visited the square over the course of the weekend, despite the dull weather.