Crowds enjoyed a day of fun in Rugby on Saturday and helped raise much-needed funds for Myton Hospice.
It took place in the grounds of Rugby Myton Day Hospice at St Cross Hospital.
Sara Revell, communications officer for the hospice in Barby Road, said: “The fun day went amazingly well and we raised over £2,200 which is fantastic.
“We had our chief executive officer Kate Lee and director of nursing and care services Margot Emery in the sumo suits on the bouncy castle, duck racing in the brook and cream teas in the day hospice, to name just a few of the activities.”
The organisers would like to thank everybody who supported the event.
Myton Hospice needs to raise £8 million every year to provide its services.