SOMERSET - The wet weather did not deter people from attending Woggle Fest in their droves last weekend.

The event was part of the centenary celebrations of 1st Radstock Scout Group, and featured six bands playing throughout the day.

There were also side shows, a commando bridge, hog roast and craft competitions.

Councillor Rob Appleyard, chairman of Bath and North East Somerset Council, attended and had a go on the commando bridge.

Scout Jamie, 12, entertained the audience with a stand-up comedy routine, while members of the Old Bakery Artists group ran a painting workshop during the day.

Group Scout leader Janet Turner said: "We were looking to put on a celebration which involved all the community, and we are so grateful to everyone who made it a success: the musicians and entertainers who gave their time to help us, businesses who helped with sponsorship and donations of prizes, and Mitchards of Westfield who cooked the pig.

"This is an event which we anticipate will be repeated every year, and hope for more favourable weather next time."