Hundreds of people descended on Gate Helmsley for a fundraising family fun day in aid of Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
BATA Country Store, just of the A166, organised a range of attractions in its yard behind the store for families to enjoy.
These included a bouncy castle, bbq, face painting, a raffle and music from Minster FM.
About 700 people visited the event throughout the day.
Paul Carter, supervisor at the country store, said: “It was a success.
“We will most probably do it again in the future.” All funds raised on the day have ben donated to Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
Mr Carter added: “We just thought it is a good cause. You never know when you might need it yourself.
“It relies on funding and costs a lot of money to keep going.”
For more pictures, see next Thursday’s Pocklington Post (4 June).