Thousands of people flocked to Attleborough for a three-day festival.
Kicking off with an art exhibition last Friday by Artline, the festival included displays from local clubs and organisations including Attleborough Amateur Boxing Club, Lions International who are looking to set up a group in the town, the Kuk Sool Won Club and Morris dancers.
There were also local crafts for sale, a dog show which attracted more than 60 canines, a bouncy castle, Punch and Judy Show by Professor Jingles and more.
Members from the Attleborough Players could also be seen wandering around in costume and Derek Tomlinson stood in as the town crier for Melvyn Hurn who was recently taken ill.
The tombola organised by the Attleborough First Responders raised more than £130 for funds.
Karen Pettitt, who helped to organise the event with Tony Crouch, said: “All in all the festival really showed what a wealth of groups and activities we have on offer in and around Attleborough.
“We would like to thank everyone who came along and all the exhibitors and we hope that everyone had a good time.”