Seaside attractions pulled in the crowds at a summer fair held at a school in Shipley.
People got into the spirit of the event at Micheal House School by dressing in beach wear.
Attractions included a sand pit, paddling pool and the chance for people to have their picture taken at a traditional seaside photo board.
The day also saw a fun run take place, which raised hundreds of pounds towards resurfacing the playground.
Julie Wyer, a teacher at the school said: “We had a fabulous turnout. There were lots of new faces, old friends and beautiful weather for a day at the beach.
“There were lots of squeals of delight of delight from the children in the paddling pool.”
Staff and children at the school, which is this celebrating its 80th year, are close to raising the £3,000 needed to carry out the work to the playground. Other attractions at the annual event included hook-a-duck.
Our pictures show youngsters enjoying the day,