Runners pounded the streets to raise cash for charity.
The 2015 Burton Community Fun Run took place on Sunday in aid of the Isaac Nash Trust.
A spokesperson for the Burton community trust said: “When we held our first event in 2012 our aim was to host an event that was inclusive and brought our community together, to have fun through exercise and by just being together.
“Since the inaugural event we have raised thousands of pounds for charity and had lots of fun along the way.
“Recognising our initial aim, there was only one choice for a charity to support this year; The Isaac Nash Trust.
“Our community and beyond has been devastated by the loss of Isaac and it is fitting that we pull together to support the efforts of the trust set up in Isaac’s memory.”
Young children, families and keen runners all took part and Zane Tahir winner of the junior race.
They set off from Burton Village Hall in Highburton, where there was children’s entertainment and food and drink.
The Isaac Nash Trust was set up in memory of 12-year-old Isaac who tragically died in the sea North Wales.
It is aiming to raise funds for both the RNLI and a local skatepark.