Hundreds of families turned out in Ashton Park for the annual Big Lunch.Advertisement
Bouncy castles, free food and entertainment throughout the Sunday afternoon were on offer.
Children performed dance routines on the Preston City Council pop-up stage, and teenage singer-songwriter Charlotte Lily also performed.
Obstacles courses were also there to do and sandwiches were also dished out.
Organiser Jacky Hohol said: “We had an amazing day with great weather for the third year running.
“I think we had around 2,500 attendees again which is fabulous support.
“All the money raised goes to AFG Preston, Cash for Kids, The Space Centre and Dig In North West.
“It’s been fantastic to see and hear so much local talent on stage all day entertaining the crowds.”
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Krispy Kreme doughnuts caused a queue with cheap packs available for families to buy.
The Big Lunch certainly got the weather for it in Preston, with temperatures of around 26 degrees Celsius.
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