A KIDDERMINSTER park played host to a dog training display and a hip hop dance group at an annual fair.

Broadwaters Fair, which is more than 30 years old, was organised by the KD11 Harkaway Scout Group and brought the sunshine and crowds to Broadwaters Park.

The fair was opened by Deputy Mayor of Kidderminster, Barry McFarland, and featured entertainment from J’s Top Rockin Hip Hop dance group and Bliss Gate Dog Training Display Team.

There was also a Tae Kwon-Do demonstration by TAGB Bewdley and swinging 1940s-style music from a new singing group, the Barberettes.

Members of the Scout group ran stalls including tombola, coconut shy, hoopla, pluck and duck and Nerf gun fun, as well as stalls ran by local residents.

Organisers of the event said the money raised at the fair would be used to replace ageing equipment so that the group members had the best experience they could.