Crowds descended on a traditional one day only family fun festival to enjoy rides, games and food.

Thousands enjoyed the candyfloss, rides and stalls of 687th Pinner Fair on May 29 organised by the Pinner Association.

The whole of Pinner High Street and neighbouring Bridge Street was closed for the annual event, which dates back to the 14th century and is protected by Royal Charter.

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Families from across Harrow enjoyed the helter-skelter, dodgems, waltzers, the ghost train and the crazy mirrors, and games such as Hook A Bag from 10am to 11pm.

The event's future is protected by a royal charter, which becomes defunct if the fair does not take place for even one year.

The Pinner Association was founded in 1932.