Thousands of visitors and their four-legged friends enjoyed a fun-filled afternoon at Hearing Dogs for Deaf People's Great British Day Out on Sunday.

The event - which used to be known as the Late Summer Show - enjoyed a British twist this year with traditional entertainment and games, a helter skelter, a Punch and Judy show, and tents serving tea, cake and Pimm’s.

Long-time Hearing Dogs ambassador and actress, Pam St Clement, officially opened the event and was on hand to judge the first fun dog show of the day, the ‘Little Rascal’ category.

Other categories throughout the afternoon included 'Waggiest Tail', ‘Best Biscuit Catcher’ and ‘Best Trick’, while spectators were wowed by demonstrations from the Hearing Dogs display team.

The day also featured a number of shopping stalls, soft-play and face-painting areas for children, a variety of food, and the Bisham Concert Band.

Michele Jennings, chief executive of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, said: “We were delighted to welcome so many supporters to The Grange for a fantastic day of family fun.

"Over 2,000 kind supporters attended and we would like to thank everybody who helped to make the event such a huge success.

"All funds raised from the Great British Day Out will help Hearing Dogs transform the lives of deaf people.”