Fun for all was had at the annual Blackshaw Head Fete.
The event - held at the Blackshaw Head field and neighbouring chapel - showcased fun dog shows, a fell race, puppet shows and more.
There was also local produce sourced by the Great Rock Co-op with items such as cheese and pork pies tempting the crowds.
Local resident Craig Shaw, a fête committee member, said the not-for-profit local co-op had been set up at the end of last year at Staups Lee Farm, Higher Eastwood.
A variety of local meats, home-grown and home-made produce, including vegetables, arts and crafts and jams, mostly from a few miles’ radius of Blackshaw Head, are sold on Saturdays from 10am to 2pm.
A tug of war challenge and motorbike presentation added to the day, and while youngsters enjoyed the bouncy castle, adults were entertained by some live music from the Peace Artistes.
Craig said: “It went very well, the weather was really good. It felt like one of the biggest ones yet in terms of all the fêtes that have gone on. Hundreds of people certainly came and went and the band was very well received.”
The fun dog show, which included fun classes such as the dog with the waggiest tail, was well supported.
Funds raised from the day will be used towards future events.