Students, parents and carers enjoyed an end of summer fair held by a Beverley charity.
The event was held by the FiND charity (Families for Individual Needs and Dignity) and included fun activities with a barbecue, tombola and various stalls and games.
There was also a photographic competition, judged by the Deputy Mayor of Beverley, Councillor Martin Cox. The photographs were taken by the students, who have severe learning disabilities, throughout the summer.
FiND charity provides day service support to students with severe learning disabilities or autism, and the event was held at its FiND2 base at The Chandler Centre in Belprin Road.