A dog show where pooches competed for prizes attracted people to a Sheffield community park.
The Dyke Vale Friends group in Hackenthorpe organised the fun day as part of work to get more residents involved in improving the park.
Dogs competed in categpries ranging from best behaved to best dressed.
Layne Firth, Friends group chairman, said: “The judging was tricky with such a fine display of dogs on offer.
“But it’s wonderful that so many people came together for a fun afternoon and to use the park.
“The park has already benefited from a play area and there are plans for further improvements.
“Having local people involved in the plans for the area has been important in making sure it will be a really valuable community resource.”
The show was part of a series of events designed to encourage local people to get involved with plans to improve the park as part of the Big Lottery-funded Living with Nature programme.
The scheme works with communities to improve the value and biodiversity of green spaces on Sheffield Council estates.
Dog show winners on the day included Bev Sorsby’s dog Little Tony Danger Sausage, who was named best behaved and best in show; Holly Moore’s pet Alfie, who was named best small dog; Brandon Flynn’s best big dog, Yogi; Pat Rowson’s pet Holly, who was named best lookalike, and best dressed winner Star, owned by Taisha and Shantai Adlington.