YOUNG and old alike enjoyed a street party in Lower Bemerton with everyone joining in to make the day a memorable occasion.
The celebration in St Andrew’s Road saw all residents sit down to a barbecue following a variety of games for children.
Among those taking part was the street’s oldest resident, Gladys Ackland who turns 95 next month and eight-month-old Neve Baker who came with her parents from London.
Organiser Emma Curteis said: “It was just brilliant.
“Everybody got involved, I couldn’t have done it without them.”
At the end of the day every child was given a commemorative mug with the date of the party on.
Oran Denbury, 11, said: “I had lots of fun.
“I came out on my bike and scooter, we did lots of races like the three-legged race and a running race, and it was really fun to see everyone else.”