THE STREETS of Wotton-under-Edge were transformed into an amazing outdoor gallery for four nights at the Wotton Window Wanderland.

Residents decorated their windows with colourful, ornate designs and hundreds walked the streets and marvelled at the fantastic displays.

Spearheaded by Under the Edge Arts, the event ran from February 7 to 10, with an opening ceremony held at the Chipping Hall, led by Wotton mayor Roger Claydon and Sally Byng, CEO of the Barnwood Trust.

One of the organisers Martin Clarke said: “It was just so brilliant, and very moving to us, to see the huge numbers of family and friends groups walking around and having so much fun.

“I was blown away by the crowds, the community spirit and the quality of images.

“We have already decided to host the next Wotton Window Wanderland on February 5,6,7 next year. We hope that surrounding villages and towns will hold their own window wanderlands.”