Green-fingered folk flocked to Heys Allotments in Oswaldtwistle for big fun on the Big Plot.
More than 100 people enjoyed the summer celebration event showcasing allotment life at the communal plot on Sunday, August 22.
There were lessons on growing fruit and vegetables with people getting involved in a whole host of workshops and demonstrations.
Councillor Marlene Haworth said: "It was a fabulous day, the sun shone and lots of people came to the Big Plot to see what goes on there."
Live music from Iceband provided a party atmosphere and there were many workshops including one hosted by artist Helen Jameson, who taught children how to paint with potatoes and make hand puppets.
The Primary Care Trust’s Healthy Lifestyles team were on site with mouthwatering healthy food for people to sample and Bootstrap Enterprises brought along a range of handcrafted items.
Allotment tenants and food growers showed off their home grown vegetables and children brought their scarecrows, with goodies given out to everyone who took part.
Radio Lancashire hosted a gardening programme, with tenants interviewed live while they dug up their potatoes.
The day ended with awards for the Heys Allotments Competition being presented live on air.
Gift vouchers for various categories were handed out totalling £220, along with a variety of plants provided by Paddock nurseries, in Oswaldtwistle, and a hand made wishing well for the best overall plot.
The Big Plot at Heys Allotments is arranged in an attractive open plan layout to make it easier to socialise and share experiences with other growers, with raised beds for new food growers to get started.
There is also provision for people with disabilities, small and medium sized plots along with covered growing space in polytunnels and toolstore provision for the smaller plots and raised beds.
Anybody interested in getting a growing space on the Big Plot or an allotment plot anywhere else in the borough can contact the council’s allotments officer on 01254 356188.