MORE THAN 200 people attended the Chilworth Sustainability Fair to see electric vehicles, boats and bicycles as well as finding out ways to reduce food waste and eat sustainably.

Inside the Hall, organisations including the Chilworth gardening club and the WI sold eco-friendly products.

There was also local honey for sale and eco-friendly gifts provided by The Princess and the Pickle.

The children were catered for with wooden toys, racing cars driven by salt water and games provided by The Men’s Shed.

Scratch furniture upcycling charity were on hand to provide advice.

The fair was supported by Hampshire County Council, Test Valley Borough Council and Chilworth Parish Council and was hosted in Chilworth Hall by Councillor Alison Finlay.

The event organiser, Cllr Finlay, said she was very pleased with the turnout and the great support from the community.

The raffle raised over £250 for two local charities, Jane Scarth House, Romsey, which provides respite for cancer sufferers and Jamie’s, the charity for the homeless in Southampton.