Now into its sixth year, the fete saw the Square full of fun and food for all the family, with music and games happening throughout the afternoon.
The event had the usual selection of bouncy castles, face painting and outdoor games on offer, alongside entertainment from the Simon Rowe’d Show and Stevie Spud, owls from Norfolk Wild Encounters, the King’s Lynn Astronomy Society and Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service.
Also in attendance was the Mayor of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, Councillor Geoff Hipperson and his wife Mrs Rose Hipperson who both came along to support the event and take part in some of the activities on offer.
Sophie Bates, Director of Housing at Freebridge said: “We’ve held the Summer Fete at Hillington Square for a number of years now and it’s always a really great day for everyone that attends. The weather was on our side and it was good to see plenty of people there on the day to joining in the fun!”