Hundreds of people gathered for a day of fun to raise money for a bandstand refurbishment.
The summer funday took place at Ward Jackson Park and included activities and attractions for all the family.
Friends of Ward Jackson Park organised the event, with all money going to the refurbishment of the park’s bandstand.
Organiser Joanne Shaw, said: “Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the day, it was amazing.
“The rain didn’t dampen our spirits so it was a complete success.”
Dog charity Stray Aid, which helps rescue and re-home unwanted dogs, came along and microchipped 47 dogs free of charge.
One of the most popular performances of the day was the Hartlepool bubbleman Richard Shaw who showed off his giant bubbles of all shapes and sizes.
Hartlepool Gymnastics Club were also invited to strut their stuff at the park event and entertained the crowd by showcasing a number of routines.
The event also had a wide range of stalls selling everything from jam and plants to makeup and jewelry.
Other attractions included games, arts and crafts, fairground rides, face painting, a tombola and raffle, music and clowns.
Organisers would like to thank everyone involved with organizing and running the event and everyone who donated their time and efforts to make the day a smashing success.