Families enjoyed an old-fashioned village fair complete with pony rides and a tombola this weekend.
Children enjoyed a free bouncy castle and tried to hook a duck as queues formed for the pony rides put on by West London Stables at the fair in Wormholt Park on Saturday (July 5).
The mounted police and the London Fire Brigade complete with a fire engine was on hand for children to inspect while adults browsed a local history stall, book stall, plant sale and bric-a-brac.
Live music entertained people throughout the day as they enjoyed curry, tea and coffee at the fair organised by The Friends of Wormholt Park.
Hammersmith MP Andy Slaughter opened the fair and urged visitors to have a look at plans available at the fair for the 103-year-old park’s forthcoming redevelopment.