Townsfolk showcased their talent at an annual event in Pocklington, which has raised more than £500 for charity.
Pocklington’s Got Talent was held at the newly-refurbished arts centre, and featured 12 acts who entertained a large crowd. The judges were local musicians Roger and Julia Pattison and Pocklington town councillor Dee Sharpe.
There was a young person’s category which was won by a close harmony singing group called Harmonics. The adult section was won by Martin Heaton, a singer and guitarist. Both winners received £100.
As well as vocalists, the talent show featured African drummers and belly dancers. The event raised £550 for the Pocklington mayor’s two chosen charities - Pocklington Canal Amenity Society and Pocklington uniformed groups.
Mayor councillor Ratcliffe said: “During the interval visitors had the chance to view the first floor of the arts centre following the recent redevelopment. It was a most enjoyable evening – all the acts are to be congratulated on their performances.”