PICTURES by Kerry Roberts

IT WAS party time for the people of Penisarwaun last week as their annual carnival week of activities was held.

Residents of the little village near Caernarfon came together for seven days of fun as a range of entertainment was held.

A Bingo event was held on Tuesday, June 25 and a sports day took place on the following day, as people of all ages participated.

On Thursday, the children’s disco kept the youngster dancing in the church hall and the Friday saw an exciting treasure hunt unfold, followed by a meal which brought people together for a chat.

The main event however was the colourful carnival held on Saturday.

The procession, led by Arwel Jones, carnival queen Myfi Hughes and Prince Ifan Miners, started from the nursing home for 1.30pm with flower girls Ella Bryn and Anest Williams also participating.

Stalls, games, bouncy castles and a car boot sale, were just a few of the things on offer to keep families busy and entertained.

On Sunday, a singing festival was held as a way of bringing the well-attended event to an end, with Lowri Prys Roberts and organist James Griffiths leading the way.

The Penisarwaun Community School Choir, Bangor City Male Voice Choir and the Holyhead Choir sung their hearts out to close a memorable week of activities in the village.

The week-long event is held annually in Penisarwaun to help bring locals together.