Crowds of sunseekers were out in force as festival fever rolled into town.

A party atmosphere greeted revellers at Twickenham’s Church Street fun day, which was bustling with a craft market, live music and a dog show on Saturday.

Morris dancers showed off their fancy footwork at St Mary’s Parish Church, while visitors were also treated to performances by Orleans Park school band and given the chance to show off their musical skills on the church’s hand bells.

At Richmond Rugby Club more than 3,000 rugby fans gathered for the Rugby Rocks Sevens, featuring a host of Guinness Premiership and international rugby stars.

Later in the day a giant screen was erected for football fans to watch England’s 1-1 draw with the US, before rock band Feeder and South African band The Parlotones took to the stage to get the crowd dancing.

In the grounds of Ham Polo Club there was even more dancing on show as Maori warriors strutted their stuff before the Great Britain team took on New Zealand in the 10th anniversary match of the Toast New Zealand festival.

Twickenham Festival continues this week with events