Thousands of people packed out the Addington Street Revival Fair in Ramsgate on Sunday.
The annual event, which this year expanded into Nelson Crescent, Vale Square and Spencer Square, attracted more than 80 stall holders and a constant crowd of bargain hunters throughout the day.
Ramsgate hairdresser Marcello Marino proved a hit after teaming up with fair organisers and Oasis charity to offer top class cuts for a donation to the domestic abuse support organisation.
Fair organisers also had a stall of goodies with half of all money raised also going to the charity.
Businesses the Queen Charlotte, Falstaff Hotel and Vinyl Head Café joined in the fun and other attractions included music at three main points along the street provided by local band Minus, the High Chaparrals from out of town and The Palace Magic Organ.
In Nelson Crescent there was Pop-Up Art and busker music, Vale Square hosted a Victorian tea party and Pop-Up Quartet and Spencer Square was the venue for music from Hotsy Totsy and Sabina Desir and a charity dog show organised by Angels4Dogs.
Other attractions on offer included a maritime treasure hunt and craft/clothing tent for children to dress up and make things to wear, as well a pet display of ‘creepy crawlies’ from Pet Haven.
There were also displays from belly dancers, line dancers and yoga.