LOCALS turned out in their numbers for a fun-filled summer fair organised by the Pocklington Scouts.
Various stalls were set up on fields near the Scout Hut on Burnby Lane in Pocklington for visitors to buy from.
The scouts were selling beefburgers, ice cream, handmade lemonade, cakes, recipe books and soft toys.
The brownies, guides and beavers also had stalls.
In addition, there was a raffle, tombola, bouncy castle and demonstrations which included karate, rugby skills, American square dancing and cheerleading.
The event was opened by Pocklington town crier Geoff Sheasby.
Throughout the day, there was music supplied by the Steel River Blues Band and Antigua Jazz.