Hundreds enjoy community's Big Bash day in West Norfolk
Playing games and eating summer snacks was all part of this year's annual Big Bash in South Lynn.
More than 650 residents attended the third annual South Lynn Big Bash held at St Michael's Church of England Academy on Sunday.
Youth worker at King's Lynn Baptist Church, Laura Evans said: "It was absolutely amazing, a great turn out. There was around 690 people in attendance, which is around 200 more than previous years.
"The event was originally inspired by our previous youth worker, Claire Archer. It was her brainchild to create a community event in South Lynn."
At the event, youngsters were invited to take part in a number of activities including facepainting, glitter tattoos, circus skills, bubble games, among more.
Ms Evans added: "There was also a barbecue, beers and a refreshment area with teas and coffees. There was bottle flipping and football games."