Hundreds of kite flyers from across the world have been enjoying Bristol's kite festival on Durdham Downs.
The free event will feature everything from kite fighting battles, synchronised displays, to giant animals.
Organisers of Bristol's International Kite Festival have announced that is moving from its home at Ashton Court next year.
It is now due to take place at Durdham Downs - where it has been based before - from 22 to 23 August 2015.
Organisers say they decided to take a break this year. They have also made the decision to put the event on every other year in future.
Despite the fire overnight, thousands of people have been at Ashton Court in Bristol today, enjoying the International Kite Festival in the grounds. With expert flyers from all over the world, the crowds have been entertained by a huge array of unusual shapes in the sky.
The 26th Bristol International Kite Festival is underway at Ashton Court with kites of all shapes and sizes taking to the skies:
A fire broke out in the North Wing of Ashton Court Mansion near Bristol overnight. The International Kite Festival, due to take place in the grounds today and tomorrow, will go ahead as planned.
More details to follow.
The two-day International Kite Festival in Bristol kicks off this morning (Saturday 31 August) at the Ashton Court Estate. Kite-flyers are coming from Europe, New Zealand, the USA, and a Kuwaiti team is bringing the world's largest kite with them.
Bristol is one of Europe’s largest kite events with giant 3-D creatures, synchronised stunt routines, power kites and ground-based air creations.
Bristol Mayor George Ferguson will try out his newest pair of red trousers in the form of a kite created especially for him by renowned kite maker Martin Lester.
Mr Ferguson will meet kite flyers from home and abroad, with their amazing selection of colourful, special-shaped kites and air creations, on Bristol's Durdham Downs as they prepare for this weekend's Bristol International Kite Festival at Ashton Court.
The Mayor's special creation is a pair of 'flying jogging legs'.