Warm weather attracted hundreds to the Laurieton Street Market on Monday, October 7.
The market is Laurieton Public School's major fundraiser and organised by committee members from the P&C.
It was a relaxed atmosphere as people listened to music by the Camden Haven Concert Band and other musicians, while they browsed the variety of stalls which lined Bold Street and Seymour Street.
People enjoyed perusing the plants, art, craft, handicrafts, food and produce on display.
The warm weather meant there was a line-up for cold lemonade at 11am.
The children's corner proved to be popular - complete with a bouncy castle, fairy floss and games.
In the past the event has helped fund school reading material, robotics programs, computers and excursions.
The fundraising event has been running for over 40 years and is held annually for Easter and in October.