Seahouses lifeboat fete has raised more than £10,000 for RNLI funds.
Thousands of visitors attended the event, held around the harbour on August Bank Holiday Monday.
There was a wide range of entertainment and stalls to enjoy including Tyneside band Parish, morris dancers, Slaters amusements, and motor bikes and trikes providing rides between Seahouses and Bamburgh.
On display was the restored famous Whitby oar powered lifeboat “William Riley of Birmingham and Leamington” which is to take part in a reconstruction to mark the 175th anniversary of the Grace Darling rescue on Saturday, September 7.
There was also a display involving the rescue helicopter from RAF Boulmer and both Seahouses lifeboats, although a flypast for the crowds by the helicopter was aborted due to a technical problem.
The Fisheries Protection Fast Patrol Boat and Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service also attended.
The day was a great success after a slightly disappointing outcome last year. Although there are still monies to come in before the final total can be declared, it is believed the figure will be over £10,000.
The crew, staff and management committee of Seahouses lifeboat station would like to thank all who helped or contributed to help make the day go so well.
Leeanne Pearce, Seahouses RNLI fundraising chairman, said: “It’s been a lot of hard work to make it happen, but I am really pleased with the result.
“It was a fantastic day and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. Best of all we have raised a lot of money for the RNLI.”