A High Wycombe youth charity celebrated its 35th birthday by showcasing local talent at a music festival in the town at the weekend.

Wycombe Youth Action (WYA) hosted WYAFest at Wycombe Museum on September 9. 

It was a chance for talented bands and performers from the area to put on a show for the crowds - including the Vibes Steel Band, Sons of Django and Poppy Scarlett. 

Meanwhile, there were games and prizes, comedy, food and drink and stalls to browse and enjoy - along with sumo suits and dance and theatre performances. 

WYA managed to raise enough funds that everyone under the age of 18 could enjoy the festival for free. 

Organisers said the day was "brilliant", adding: "A big thank you to all who attended from the staff, bands, volunteers, stall holders and visitors.

"A big thank you to Wycombe Museum for the use of the grounds, a great venue, thank you to our sponsors who played a big part in helping us get the festival off the ground.

"What a huge effort by all and a strong reminder that there is no I in team."

WYA is one of High Wycombe’s leading youth charities, providing free youth clubs four nights a week, one-to-one mentoring, sports, workshops in schools and also support local authorities delivering targeted work around issues effecting young people.