Dozens of boats moored up in Northamptonshire at the weekend for the annual Blisworth Canal Festival.
Canal boats lined up long the length of the village as a record-breaking 25,000 people turned out to see bands, stalls and floating merchants.
This year featured a bird of prey display, a music stage and eight open gardens around the village.
Jane Percival, one of the festival's organisers for the Blisworth Canal Partnership, said: "There were more people this year than ever. The weather was perfect, the traders did well and the music stage was a great success.
"The village loves it every year and the team that puts it together did such a good job of organising it."
The annual festival was started in 2009 as a fundraising fete for Blisworth Canal. Since then, it has helped refurbish the village's Leggers' Hut on the Grand Union Canal and renovate the ageing wooden beams on the waterway locks.