There was fun for all the family when Hillington Square in King’s Lynn hosted its summer fete.
The third annual event was organised by Freebridge Community Housing and officially opened by West Norfolk Mayor David Whitby.
As well as residents, the fete attracted visitors from around the town, keen to join in the family fun.
Activities included a bouncy castle, a DJ, crafts, barbecue, face painting, children’s entertainment and games, plus a wide variety of stalls.
Charities including The Matthew Project, The Engaging Theatre Company, Mind and King’s Lynn Trinity Rotary Club all took part in the fete, held last Saturday.
Robert Clarke, director of housing at Freebridge, said: “Every year the fete at Hillington Square proves more and more popular with not only Freebridge tenants, but also residents from all over King’s Lynn.
“The continued support given by local businesses and charities helps the event flourish and it’s wonderful to see so many people coming down and getting involved in the fun.
“It shows the fantastic community spirit that we have here in King’s Lynn and West Norfolk.”