Around 10,000 children and adults are believed to have walked through the gates for a fun family day out on Sunday (September 4).
The rain stayed away as children enjoyed scaling the climbing wall, gave tennis a go, saddled up for a pony ride, tried out their frisbee skills, attempted to stay up on the bucking bronco and were bouncing for joy on the bungee.
Car enthusiasts were treated to a fine collection of Cadillacs on show, animals lovers went barking mad at the dog show where toy poodle Belle won first prize and CAMRA who ran one of the bars got through eight kegs of beer.
Live entertainment came in the form of singing and dancing with the Northfields Morris Dancers proving a hit with the crowds and several bands performing rock and folk music on one of the stages.
This is the fourth year the festival has taken place across the borough since moving to Ealing in 2013, following a dispute with Hounslow council and its park contractors over hire charges and staffing numbers.
Event manager Linda Massey said: “It took seven months of planning for this one day event and at the end of it the event team were exhausted but happy that they were able to yet again pull off a successful festival.
“I do not always get to see what is happening and rely on people showing me photographs afterwards.
“I do know however that we have started receiving requests for information to be involved at next years event and have had some amazing thank you's so it must have been a good day.
“So thank you to everyone who came out and gave a hand, to all those who came and enjoyed the day and particularly to my amazing team.”
The festival is run entirely by volunteers and this year was sponsored by Thorgills and Sainsburys.