Families flocked to a Sheffield park to enjoy an annual community festival.
More than 3,000 people attended Valley Festival in Herdings Park to enjoy the summer sunshine, as well as dancing, live music, a gun dog show, children’s rides and a car boot sale.
It was organised by Reach South Sheffield and was supported by Gleadless Valley Methodist Church as well as Gleadless Valley Tenants & Residents Association and Sheffield Town Trust.
Organiser Susan Dixon, Reach South Sheffield community and business activity coordinator, said: “It was a really, really good day and very busy.
“We’ve had several emails from people complimenting the organisation and asking if they can come back next year.
“There was a cèilidh band, a jazz band and a dance group called Funky Dance Fever who are a group of 60 girls aged six to 16. They were fantastic and people loved them.
“Everyone was delighted, we had a big response from local community groups who gave out information on health and wellbeing.”