There was fun in the sun across the county as revellers made the most of a glorious Bank Holiday weekend.
Residents in Walmer Bridge descended on the village hall yesterday for the annual fete, with attractions including fruit and vegetable displays, vintage vehicles, Irish dancing, a dog show, baby show and a fun fair.
There was a healthy dose of extreme action at Worden Park, in Leyland, where stage fighters from Pendle Productions led a stunt workshop for people of all ages as part of festival celebrations. The event also included face-painting and plenty of stalls.
Great British Bake Off winner John Whaite was just down the road, visting Avant Garden Centre in Leyland to judge a baking competition - the TV champion casting his eye over a collection of mouth-watering creations.
People of all ages took part and had their creations judged by the Bake Off champ.
And further south in the county, Ormskirk hosted more than 250 cars and motorcycles as part of a free motoring extravaganza,Ormskirk MotorFest.
It saw vehicles from all eras including a Santa Pod Dragster, 1950s bubble cars, rally, racing and stock car competition vehicles and classic, vintage and competition motorcycles parade through the town.
There was also a host of other events taking place across the county over the weekend too, including the Chipping Agricultural Show on Saturday, celebrating all aspects of farming and rural life, and for those who fancied something a bit different, there was a tractor pulling event at Great Eccleston.
It has been run by the North West Tractor Pullers Club, for more than 40 years.