Bike polo and a treasure hunt were among the attractions for residents who flocked to a Sheffield community festival.
Organisers said they were thrilled with the success of Heeley Festival, which drew crowds and a record number of stalls to Heeley Millennium Park.
Bev Nun, from festival organisers, the Heeley Development Trust, said they were ‘really pleased’ with how the festival went.
Bev said the highlight for this year’s festival was a circus show.
“Overall, it’s just a brilliant day for the people of Heeley and a great chance to celebrate our community.”
The festival has been running for more than 30 years.
Attractions at this year’s event included a classic car and motorcycle show and circus and drama performances.
More than 150 stalls filled the park and there was a large car boot sale at Anns Road.
This year also saw a new multi-use games area, with activities such as bike polo, and a treasure hunt to make use of new nature trails in the area.
The Millennium Park stage also hosted young talent, such as Tandem, a three-piece rock band.
Elsewhere, former pupils of the old Anns Grove School were invited to enjoy tours around their old campus, bringing back many memories for visitors.