A charity music festival in memory of a groom-to-be who died suddenly went gone down a storm.
Garstangbury was held in and around Kirkland Village Hall in Churchtown, Garstang, to raise money for the A.D.A.M Appeal.
Hundreds turned out for the outdoor event, which ran from noon until 9pm on Saturday, August 17, and featured a main stage and a dance stage.
As well as a range of musical entertainment, there were also stalls, face painting, a bouncy castle, fairground rides and a bar.
A spokesman for the A.D.A.M Appeal said: “A massive thank you to all who came along to Garstangbury.
“Despite the weather the show went on and we had a great time. Huge thanks to all the local business, Collinsons Plc, DCL Transport Services, C and C Supplies, Mr Suddel and the volunteers for supporting the event and helping us make it happen.”
Plans are now in place to make it an annual event.
The A.D.A.M Appeal was launched following the death of Adam Swanwick on September 2, 2012.
Adam, 28, was with fiancée Louise Ayre on their way to sample wedding food when he suffered a heart attack.
The appeal was set up in his memory, with the aim of fundraising to provide defibrillators in community buildings, as well as an e-petition, calling on the Government to debate compulsory heart defect screenings in schools.