Whaley Bridge Carnival makes for 'amazing' day- in pictures

Youngsters enjoy the rides on offer.
Youngsters enjoy the rides on offer.

The warm weather was the cherry on top of the cake at another successful Whaley Bridge Carnival.

Organisers have thanked all parade entries, shops, pubs, groups and stall holders involved.

Aimee Lavelle, seven, cools down on the carnival ground.

Aimee Lavelle, seven, cools down on the carnival ground.

Florence Hill, seven, gets to grips with the bumper cars on the carnival ground.

Florence Hill, seven, gets to grips with the bumper cars on the carnival ground.

Louise Glowinkawski, Amy Walker, Elaine Beglin and Kaylah Beglin from the Bapka Sandwich Shop, keep carnival goers fed with sweet treats.

Louise Glowinkawski, Amy Walker, Elaine Beglin and Kaylah Beglin from the Bapka Sandwich Shop, keep carnival goers fed with sweet treats.

Three year old Eadie Smith admires the work of face painter, Lianna Norman from the Churches Together group.

Three year old Eadie Smith admires the work of face painter, Lianna Norman from the Churches Together group.

Caroline Riley from the Mersey River Trust, points out interesting bug life to Rusty and Net Rushton, their niece Molly Ruston-White, three, and son Magnus seven.

Caroline Riley from the Mersey River Trust, points out interesting bug life to Rusty and Net Rushton, their niece Molly Ruston-White, three, and son Magnus seven.

Sarah Phythian, left and husband Pete join up with Janice Day and Kerry Andrew at the carnival.

Sarah Phythian, left and husband Pete join up with Janice Day and Kerry Andrew at the carnival.