REVELLERS lined the streets as the 8th 1940s weekend brought a touch of nostalgia to the streets of Grassington recently.

Music echoed through the town as parades of military personnel and a waving Churchill thrilled onlookers, while ladies- and gentlemen - dressed to the nines for the Saturday and Sunday afternoon tea dances, led by Maggie and Geoff Forrest.

Friday evening saw the Rhythm Exchange Band featuring the Alka Seltzer Sisters take to the stage, supported by DJ Rosie, while Saturday night brought along the Echo 42 Big Band, supported by DJ Shack Shakin Jack.

The Yorkshire Corps of Drums entertained in the top square during Saturday afternoon.

Throughout the streets there were vintage markets to entice shoppers while vintage and military vehicles paraded their gleaming paintwork to an appreciative audience.

For those who fancied testing their skills, there was also a sniper alley shooting range while a exhibition was held by Grassington and District Peace Group.

On Sunday, a parade and remembrance service was held in the town hall.

Thanks have been expressed to sponsors Yorkshire Cottages, Craven District Council ward grant and Dales Dairies.