A craft store has opened in Royal Wootton Bassett. 

Tanya Hill had a store in Bizspace in Swindon but decided to relocate her family-friendly business, Crafting Treasures after an adult store moved in nearby. 

She recently opened the new store at Bassett, with the town's mayor, Pat Farrow, visiting to welcome her and her shop to the area.

A ribbon cutting was held at the new site, in Unit 13 Apsley House, on Royal Wootton Bassett's High Street, and free Father's Day card-making sessions were held to commemorate the opening. 

Tanya, 49, said: "The opening was a great success with lots of positive feedback regarding the craft sessions I'm offering.

"I would like to thank the mayor of Royal Wootton Bassett for officially opening Crafting Treasures and Daisy for helping. 

"Lots of family and friends visited throughout the day to take a look at the shop, I'm so grateful for their support.

"Along with many local children who popped in to make a Father's Day card ready for next week."

Tanya further explained what people could expect from Crafting Treasures. 

She said: "It sells my handmade items along with four other small businesses that stock their items with us. 

"I offer craft sessions for everyone which includes SEN sessions, after school & Saturday sessions along with 'Time 4 Me' where adults can get away from their busy lifestyle for a while."