A sunny September Saturday drew the crowds to Tanner Street Park for the second annual Bermondsey Street Festival.
The event, organised by the Bermondsey Street Area Partnership, aims to celebrate the creativity of the area.
The festival was opened by leading local creatives Zandra Rhodes and Andrew Logan who cut the ribbon to get the afternoon's entertainment under way.
This year's dog show – held in aid of the Blue Cross – was judged by TV vet Marc Abraham.
Local businesses with stalls included Village East, Post and Poppy Hana.
Local historian Jennie Howells had compiled a local picture quiz and blue badge guides led walks around the area.
As well as the daytime event in Tanner Street Park, this year the festival had an evening programme in the newly-completed Bermondsey Square development with an open-air screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
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