THRILL-SEEKERS have been flocking to Huddersfield's Easter Fair.
Over the weekend, hundreds of children and parents packed into the fairground on St Andrew's Road, Aspley.
Traditional favourites like waltzers, dodgems and ghost trains mingled with new rides, including aerial spinner Move It and the bone- shaking Crazy Hopper.
The fair runs from noon until 10pm and will end tomorrow.
Sisters Danielle McCafferty, Nicole McCafferty and friend Kerrie Field said the event had been excellent.
The Rawthorpe trio visited the fair twice this year and had visited it in previous years.
Kerrie, 14, said: "It has been really good. It's better than last year."
Danielle, 15, said: "We have tried some of the new rides and they were really good."
But Nicole, 14, said: "My favourite ride is still the waltzers."
The fair has also been catering for younger children.
Graeme Hannam, of Almondbury, took his children, Hannah, 10, Charlotte, seven and Mark, five.
He said: " The kids seem to be enjoying it. I tried one of the twister rides and came off feeling a bit green."
Graeme and his family were accompanied by friend Sandra Kimmage, also of Almondbury.
She had brought her children, Shauna, seven and twins Alicia and Lucas, five.
She said: "We come here every year."
Crosland Hill friends Christine Lach and Julie Moorhouse also took their children.
Christine brought daughters Caitlin Bindley, five, and Holly Bindley, two.
She said: "I haven't brought them before because I thought they were too young. But there has been plenty for them to do."
Julie, who brought three- year-old daughter Jessica, said: "We have been before but it has been really good this year. The kids love it."