Around 3,500 people flocked to Belper Rugby Club for the town’s first-ever eco-festival.
Visitors browsed the huge array of stalls and roadshows while sampling local foods and beers, and taking part in consultations on Belper’s future.
A giant willow figure was made which will now stand sin the George and Dragon pub beer garden, while 22 casks of ale sold out and a plethora of talented young musicians and dancers entertained the crowds.
Organiser David George, of Transition Belper, said: “The atmosphere was amazing and some of the local talent we had performing was top notch.
“There also was a lot of people taking part in our surveys to find out how people think Belper can be made a more sustainable town. We hope to do it all again next year.”
Financial support for the event was provided by Co-Op and Glow-worm.