PLENTY of fun was the order of the day at a community event in Bognor Regis.
Visitors turned out in their droves to support this year’s Bognor Regis Town Show and Community Day held last Saturday.
The festivities were organised for the sixth year by the Bognor Community Action Network (CAN).
CAN spokeswoman Mandy Phillips said: “I was a brilliant day. We have lots of people come along and they all had a great time.
“It was nice to see so many people, I think the weather helped a little bit, but there was plenty to do.
“Visitors enjoyed looking around the many stalls we had. We also had some information stands and the police, fire service, Think Family and Sister House came along too.”
Arts and craft workshops for the youngsters proved a hit.
“We had t-shirt making, jewellery making and face painting so there was a lot for the children to do,” said Mandy.
And for those looking to pick-up a bargain there was a car boot sale.
The town show were visitors could enter something they had made, grown or baked was also a success.
Mandy said: “We had a lot of people enter and some very good entrants. There was definitely a lot of interest.”
The event took place at the Bognor Regis Youth Club and Community Centre in Westloats Lane and the nearby Hampshire Avenue recreation ground.