Thousands of people flocked to Brighouse town centre this weekend for its Spring Market.
The market is the brainchild of Brighouse Business Initiative and has now been expanded to a full weekend.
It is now established as one of the largest local produce markets in West Yorkshire with over 80 stalls full of locally produced food and crafts.
Visitors were treated to an array of street entertainers including a comedy circus show by the Great Mandavi, Blunderfudge and his human cannonball, a crazy science show from Professor Pumpernickel and many more amazing performances.
Organisers pulled out all the stops with fairground rides to keep the children amused and even laid down a miniature rail track for steam train rides and vintage vehicles.
John Buxton, one of the event organisers, said: “It’s wonderful to see how far we’ve come since holding our first market in 2012 with only 25 stalls, to now having one of the best local produce markets in West Yorkshire.
“The popularity of our markets means that we are able to keep expanding the range of produce on offer.
“Our Spring Market now covers the whole weekend and we’ve laid on some great entertainment to keep the whole family amused.
“We entirely self-fund this market, like all our other events, and its success proves what a great community we have in Brighouse.”