The Grinch paid a visit to Great Torrington yesterday (Saturday) as the town celebrated a Christmas Who-billation. Traders transformed the town square into Whoville for the festive-themed fair, which saw delighted visitors get into the Christmas spirit. The Grinch was the star of the show, making young children giggle with glee as he shared his naughty list stolen from Santa. Matt Whittaker, who took on the role of The Grinch, said: Its been a real success; the church is full for the Christmas fair and its been really good. Ive been sharing Santas naughty list with children, which the town mayor Sue Mills is on. Ive only made two children cry, so that is good! Town councillor Chris Bright also got into the festive spirit with a Grinch-inspired costume. He said: The whole event speaks for itself, its just brilliant. Ive been running the plate smashing stand which is great fun, I cant believe how many people have come out, its amazing. Stilt walker Star from Higher Beings delighted the crowds with his sparkling attire, and choirs sung festive tunes. The Rotary Club was selling raffle tickets and inside the parish church was a Christmas fair with a chance to visit Father Christmas. The undercroft of the town hall was also transformed into a festive grotto, with queues of children waiting outside. And in the Square there was also snow, which children merrily danced around in until the lights were officially switched on. Scroll down for more photos from the Grinchmas celebrations in Torrington.