Residents from around Epsom and surrounding areas flocked to Auriol Park as they were treated to a free family fun day packed with entertainment and live music.

The public green space, near Salisbury Road, was the venue to be on the first day of September as Trifest 2018 came to town.

It featured Sutton’s DJ Dan Harding, musician Jack Foley, and even Robbie Williams tribute act Dan Budd.

Alongside the live music performances, there were also bouncy castles, slides, rides, face-painting sessions and a raffle prize draw.

The community event was co-organised by Auriol, Cuddington, Ewell Court, and Stoneleigh residents' associations.

People were also encouraged to donate £1 to visiting Hammersmith and Fulham-based charity The Play Association, an organisation which supports children and young people.

Various images taken on the day at Auriol Park show the amount of fun that was to be had at Trifest this year.

The event took place on September 1, from 12 noon to 4pm.