Many stallholders at the Artisan Market on Saturday, 21st April, supported the campaign to make Wilmslow a plastic-free town.
Led by Transition Wilmslow, the campaign is initially focussing on encouraging consumers to cut down on their usage of single-use plastics.
At this weekend's Artisan Market some of the stalls used palm leaf plates, cardboard cartons and wooden utensils etc.
Andrew Backhouse, of Transition Wilmslow, said "Many people stopped by the Plastic Free Wilmslow stall and signed pledges to cut use of plastic cups and straws.
"And Town Councillor, Keith Chapman, spent time helping to raise awareness, and posed with the dinosaur made out of plastic and cardboard by the 4th Wilmslow Rainbows showing that Dinosaurs are extinct - what else will be if we don't stop throwing plastics away?"