Cyclists marked the first birthday of a pothole with a cake, a candle and balloons.
The group posed for pictures with the Borrowash pothole in Derbyshire, which they have been campaigning to get fixed for a year.
Derby Cycling Group marked the milestone by singing “Happy Birthday Dear Hole” and “For He’s a Jolly Good Hollow”.
Ian Dent, from the group, said the pothole was first reported back in February 2019.
They said they have been waiting for local developer Taylor Wimpey to fix the "dangerous hole" ever since.
Derby City Council quickly visited the site after the pothole was first reported and put up safety barriers before reporting the problem to the landowners for repair.
Derby Cycling Group said after hearing no response from landowners Taylor Wimpey, they decided they would hold a clean up and a commemoration to mark the basin’s first birthday.
A Taylor Wimpey spokesperson said: "We sincerely apologise for the delay in getting the pothole repaired and would like to thank the local community for their patience.
“We are working with our contractor to finalise plans to remediate the footpath and repair work is scheduled to be completed within the next three months.”