Preston basked in temperatures reaching 26 degrees during the annual Easter Egg Rolling.Advertisement
Thousands of people flocked to Avenham and Miller Park for the free festival.
The Preston tradition of rolling Easter Eggs, both chocolate and decorated ones, down the steep park slopes was kept alive and well.
Families enjoyed sending their eggs down the side of Avenham Park hill in hour intervals from 11am.
With a climbing wall, fun fair and live music and entertainment the egg rolling now has the feel of a free family festival.
CBBC stars from Swashbuckle also appeared on stage.
Read more: A history of egg rolling, or pace egging as it was known
The egg rolling takes place until 4pm on Easter Monday (22 April) and is free to attend.
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