Fun, food and fairground rides were the highlights of the event at the Hounslow Mosque in Wellington Road South, which was attended by Hounslow mayor Nisar Malik.
People from all faiths and backgrounds came to celebrate Eid where members of the Hounslow Jamia Masjid & Islamic Centre had put on a feast for visitors from spicy Indian dishes to barbecue burgers, halal hot dogs and seekh kebabs, plus French patisserie, crepes and candy floss.
Back again by popular demand was football freestyler Colin Nell who kept the crowds on their toes showcasing his skills before letting them have a go during a workshop, while Malaysian singing group the Al Qibla Ensemble wowed the audience with their vocal performance.
There were also dozens of stalls selling everything from clothing, jewellery and perfumes to ornaments and organic produce for people, plus henna artists and face painting for children.
The fair, organised by the Ha Meem Foundation, an Islamic educational organisation which runs the Lady Nafisa School in Hounslow, is held to mark the end of the month-long Muslim fast Ramadan.
Faisal Salim, managing director of Ha Meem Foundation, said: "There was a generous crowd as people brave the rain to join us.
"The mayor came along and it was nice to see people from other faiths."