Children on horseback, animals in fancy dress and a range of imaginative floats were all part of this year’s Bridgerule carnival.
The carnival was the climax of a week’s worth of activities which included a family dog show.
Sheila Cholwill, chairman of the carnival committee, said despite a few spots of rain the family extravaganza, which was held on August 3, went well.
Sheila said: “It was lovely, there were lots of children on the floats, they loved it.
“Katie Hallett was the carnival queen. She was brilliant and presented herself very well.”
This year’s ramble, tractor and trailer ride also proved popular.
Sheila, who has been on the committee for more than 45 years, said: “I want to thank everyone for all their support during the week.
“Thanks for another successful carnival week.”
Julie Pike organised the family dog show which was held earlier in the week.
Her 19-year-old daughter, Ashlie, who is a qualified junior dog handler, helped with judging.
Julie said: “It was a very good evening. It was taken in good spirit, all the dogs seemed to enjoy themselves.
“All the dogs got treats through the classes, they got lots of goodies.
“It was a community event, there was a bit of banter. There was a good number of dogs. I don’t think there was a spat between them which means they are well socialised.”