Skilful showmen, women and children have battled it out on stage during an annual talent contest.
Nineteen acts in total entered the 2014 Eckington’s Got Talent competition to entertain crowds with their tuneful singing voices, impressive dance moves and funny one-liners.
This year’s event split entrants into three age categories - ten and under, 11 to 16-year-olds, and 17-plus - for judging by the panel.
Young Loretta Mercurio was crowned the under tens winner while Violet Harvey came runner-up.
The under 16 title was taken by Chloe Sheedy with Emily Fern in second place.
Emily Bourne came first in the adult category, followed by Jaegon Joel.
Group Diamonds were named best dancers and Ashton Coe was runner-up.
The sell-out event, held at Eckington’s Civic Centre, raised £864 which will be donated to Thornberry Animal Sanctuary.