BUCKINGHAMSHIRE'S biggest festival returned over the weekend with thousands of festival-goers attending the two-day event in Penn Street.

The weekend sold out with over 10,000 people attending on the Friday and Saturday (July 21-22).

On Friday, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds performed on stage as well as guitar legend Johnny Marr plus Supergrass frontman & Mercury Prize-nominated solo artist Gaz Coombes.

Bastille headlined on Saturday with Corinne Bailey Rae, DJ Fresh and Embrace performing too.

The event grew from humble beginnings as a village festival attracting around 2,000 people from the local area – into a hugely respected fixture now pulling in a crowd of 10,000 per day, and Saturday was a sell-out this year.

Aside from the music, there was plenty to keep everyone entertained throughout the weekend - with fairground rides, a Kids Kingdom, stalls and food and drink offerings.

Photographers Chris Elliott and Jack Hinks were on hand to capture all the fun on camera - scroll through our gallery to relive all the action.