WILTSHIRE’S biggest little festival celebrated its 10th anniversary with wacky games, workshops and acts from all over the country.

There was an overwhelmingly positive atmosphere at Fieldview from the beginning of the weekend right through to the end.

Dan Cameron, one of the founders, said: “It couldn’t have gone any better. The bands were fantastic, the weather was great and there were lots of people having lots of fun.

“With the help of the brilliant team of volunteers, we’re able to make something pretty unique with a very special atmosphere, good quality honest fun and thousands of people having fun in a field together.

“Now it's on to the next one.”

Wacky games ran alongside the music and workshops, thought up by the festival’s caped Games Masters, including speed dating, wheelbarrow races and Drum and Bass Pass the Parcel.

Fieldview has a reputation for showcasing promising acts from across the UK and performers like Bondax, Ben Howard and Lucy Rose have all appeared at Little Somerford before hitting the big time.

This year indie outfit Spring King’s catchy cuts had a small but captivated crowd tapping their toes throughout their Saturday evening set.

Before them Youngr delivered arguably one of the festival’s stand-out sets.

The multi-talented one-man band, who uses a loop pedal to make it sound as if he is accompanied by a full ensemble, provided the perfect soundtrack to Saturday afternoon’s scorching sun.

Topping the bill on Friday night were Submotion Orchestra. Their signature sound, which draws influences from dubstep, jazz and electronica, led by Ruby Wood’s haunting vocals, was a real hit with the crowd.

Other musical highlights included Melt Yourself Down, who finished their Saturday night set by encouraging a mass stage invasion, and stalwart Bristol reggae collective Laid Blak.

"We really enjoyed our set, there was lots of love in the crowd and beautiful weather,” said group founder DJ Bunjy after coming off stage.

“There's a brilliant atmosphere here and it's not too crowded, which gives it a very nice feel.”