Thousands flocked to Pitshanger Park in Ealing for the annual Pitshanger Party in the Park celebration on Sunday (June 28).
Around 6,000 local residents enjoyed the event, in its 15th year, organised by volunteer-led charity the Pitshanger Community Association (PCA).
Live music, dance acts, a dog show, sports games, arts and crafts, tasty food, a raffle and even more entertained the visitors.
Dawn Guler, who lives in the borough, said: "Sunday was amazing. After a showery start the sun came out and stayed with us all afternoon. We enjoyed the singing and dancing, had a picnic on the grass and tried the freshly made pizza and borek and tried the beautifully decorated cup cakes and my daughter scoffed her obligatory bag of candy floss!
"The highlight for us though was the dog show. It was funny and heartwarming especially as the crowd really encouraged everyone taking part. Lovely to see all the happy smiling faces.
"Such a beautiful park setting and even with so many people attending it still had the lovely community feel to it. A lot of hard work and effort must have gone into the planning of the event as they had something for everyone."
PCA chairwoman Karen Jacks said: "Despite the very wet start we had a great day. We had a good line up on the stage and even with the wet weather we managed to get the first dance crew to perform in the beer tent and then thankfully the rain stopped and sun came out so back to the Northfields stage for the remainder of the day.
"We had a bumper amount of food stalls in our 'Gastrodome' and for the first time took two of these into the evening whilst people enjoyed the live bands playing in the beer tent. We also tried something new this year with a Vintage Fashion Show in the evening.
"Our arena events hosted by Will to Win and Fit for Sport were very popular along with our dog show hosted by the Village Vet."
Also taking place in the area last week was the famous Hanwell Carnival.
For more information about Pitshanger Party in the Park and future events, head to the Pitshanger Community Association website.