Crowds gathered in Adderbury at the weekend for a sunny Party in the Park.
Saturday saw visitors to the Lucy Plackett playing field bask in glorious sunshine and the event’s chairman Linda Leslie was delighted with the weather.
She said: “To be blessed for once with blue skies and sunshine was a real bonus!
“Families were in abundance and the wide cross section of ages were treated to a varied selection of high quality live music, both on the main stage and in the Acoustic Corner, a children’s fairground, a variety of food stalls and other concessions. There was, as they say, something to appeal to all!”
Music was of course a big part of the day, with a range of local talents such as The Scholars and Stevie Matt Cooper taking to the stage.
Alternative folk duo Worry Dolls from London took on the main stage in what was their Glastonbury warm-up gig.
A small committee works all year to raise sufficient money to hold the festival, which is almost entirely self funding.
Mrs Leslie said residents’ support of fundraising events is greatly appreciated.
To find out more about the annual event, see www.adderburypartyinthepark.co.uk