GOLCAR village became a hotbed of entertainment on Saturday when it celebrated its sixth annual Lily Day.
Good weather ensured that thousands of people turned out for a feast of brass bands, morris dancing, historic walks and tours of the Colne Valley Museum.
Highlights of the festival included a fly-past by a World War Two Hawker Hurricane and a treasure hunt around the village using GPS technology.
Lucky Sheena Day won a raffle to ride into the village on a 1922 steamroller.
Other attractions included art workshops in the Scout and Community Centre, stalls and a beer tent.
Festival organiser Sue Starr said: “It was a smashing day and the weather co-operated very well.
“I know 1,600 people went through Golcar Library so we must have had a good turnout.
“It’s been a great weekend.”
Golcar Sing followed on Sunday where worshippers packed into Providence Methodist Church for a special service.
Rev Martyn Crompton, who will be retiring in September, gave a talk on his 20 years as a vicar of Golcar.