A Melton pub has held a family fun day to raise hundreds of pounds for Leicestershire Down’s Syndrome Group.
The Welby welcomed dozens of visitors through its doors to take part.
Entertainment for people of all ages was put on with face painting and a bouncy castle set up for children.
Anyone feeling brave was able to enjoy a reptile show while a balloon modelling magician attended to make guests laugh.
A candy floss machine, barbecue and a Disney-themed quiz in the evening also added to the occasion.
Max Noad, general manager, said: “It was nice to give something back.
“My daughter has Down’s syndrome so we chose this charity to support. It’s a local cause as well.
“We raised £1,180, which is nearly double from last years event.”