Thousands descended on Cuerden Valley Park at the weekend for the annual fair.
There were craft stalls, woodland craft demonstrations, a hog roast, and even a circus skills workshop.
Park bosses say between 2,500 and 3,000 people came to the park to enjoy the popular day.
There was a climbing wall and inflatable slide and displays from the Leyland Morris Dancers, as well as traditional fairground rides.
BMX riders turned up to demonstrate their skills, and farm animals were on show for children to enjoy.
A spokesperson for the park said: “Feedback from stallholders, volunteers and visitors was all positive, and we would like to thank everyone who took part.”
- For all of the photos, see this week’s Guardian