The sun shone on King’s Lynn’s Hanse Festival on Sunday.
Thousands of people visited the event which started with a parade of flags from the countries which form the new Hanse – an active network of towns and cities across Europe, which historically belonged to the association of merchant towns known as the Hanseatic League.
A rowing race and regatta were held on the River Great Ouse and musical performances were enjoyed by crowds at South Quay.
A medieval market was held in the High Street with a treasure trail in the town centre and a pirates and knights living history tour.
Hanse House was transformed into a medieval trading post where visitors could mint a coin, make a badge, meet the knights, see the falcons and do some medieval shopping.
There was also a rare chance to visit Clifton House – a Grade 1 listed medieval tower where Hanseatic merchants looked out to see their ships returning.
Other events, including concerts, walks, talks and film-showings were held over the weekend.