A charity will receive more than £10,000 after a community fun day was held in Hammersmith.
Hundreds of visitors flocked to the second ever event and enjoyed a wealth of family fun, with stalls, music and entertainment.
With money still being counted, the total has more than tripled the £3,500 collected during the inaugural year in 2015.
Among the variety of stalls were food and drinks including barbecued food, cakes and other home-baked goods. Entertainment included live music, fortune telling, raffle, tombola, clothing and accessories, face painting, balloon modelling, henna tattoos, antiques, books and more.
Sally George, one of the festival organisers, said: “The festival was a huge success and we were all thrilled with the constant stream of visitors who came to support us and have a fun afternoon in the sunshine.
“We’re already talking about next year’s festival, with more and more friends and neighbours wanting to get involved.”
The event was set up in memory of long-time St James Street resident Jane Eggleston who died from cancer, and organised by her neighbours on the road and with the support of neighbouring estates.