Dozens of people took part in a fun day at a Great Harwood pub to raise money for charity.
Regulars at The Gamecock Inn were joined by local schoolchildren and families for the event over the Bank Holiday Weekend in aid of East Lancashire Hospice.
The fun day included a bouncy castle, tombola, stalls and a face painting stand to raise much needed funds.
Alana Morten, who took over as manager of the pub in November, said they wanted to bring people together for a good cause.
She said: “We wanted to do something for the local community as we normally do on a Bank Holiday.
“We were looking at building up our local networks and I did some research and thought that the East Lancashire Hospice was a very worthy cause.
“We had it outside in the beer garden as the weather was quite nice and there must have been about 50 or 60 people there which was fantastic.”
The fun day has so far raised more than £100 and Alana, 29, added: “We are looking at getting more than that and we want it to be an ongoing thing for the Hospice.”
The pub, on Whalley Road, has lined up more fundraising events over the coming months including a ‘firewalk’ challenge event on August Bank Holiday.