Stourbridge Carnival attracts hundreds of people - in photos
Hundreds of people took part in the 30th annual Stourbridge Carnival this Sunday.
Under sunny skies, crowds of people descended on the town centre to enjoy the event as part of the Black Country Festival - a month-long community celebration around Black Country Day.
The traditional Stourbridge Carnival Princess and Rosebud competition took place with the theme commemorating the carnival’s heydays in the late 1980s.
The High Street, Coventry Street and Market Street were filled with stalls, displays and a fun fair. Lower High Street hosted a classic car display.
The afternoon saw local musicians, including Esther Turner, performing live on the outdoor stage.
Black Country Festival committee chairman Steve Edwards said: “