By making small lifestyle changes, we can all do our bit to make Gloucestershire greener.
That was the message being drummed home at a Gloucestershire Green Fair put on at Blackfriars Priory by eco-charity Vision 21.
As well as showcasing the organisation’s work, it was a chance to promote innovative ways to live greener, healthier, more sustainable lifestyles.
Among the stand-out attractions was a bike-powered smoothy maker supplied by the Gloucester Bike Project.
Mechanic Steve Rossiter said: “It’s an interesting way of showing how energy from pedal power can be transformed into something totally different, but useful.
"This kind of technology could be used for providing electricity in countries where there is not a readily-available supply."
There were also cooking demonstrations using ingredients fresh from the allotment, composting and energy saving tips and attractions for children including a farm animal pen and story-telling sessions.
Dave Entwistle, senior manager at Vision 21, said: “The whole day went really well and we had lots of people coming in saying how much they enjoyed it.
“It’s about changing people’s attitudes, getting them to help save the planet by making simple lifestyle choices.
"This is the second event like this we have put on and we hope to make it an annual thing."