People from across Gloucester came together at the weekend to celebrate the city’s Polish community.
Thousands gathered in King’s Square for Polish Heritage Day, which took place on Saturday (May 11).
The event, now in its third year, is considered the biggest of its type in Gloucestershire and celebrates Polish culture and traditions - with music, dance and food all on offer.
Among the delicacies were Polish sausages, which were served on the day in large hot dog baps.
In addition to the food, there was also a Spitfire engine on display from the Polish 303 squadron which fought during the Battle of Britain.
Organisers hoped to use the event to celebrate 250 years of the “formal establishment of Polish-British diplomatic relations and the centenary of the renewal of Polish-British bilateral relations".