By Tristan Harris Friday 13 September 2013 Updated: 20/09 01:28
HUNDREDS turned out to this year's Rubery Festival in St Chad's Park on September 8.
A variety of local talent took to the stage, including Jasmine Rawlins, Chloe Barry, ventriloquist Scott Smith, Shawthing and I L Divina.
There were also a host of activities, including charity stalls, tombolas, bouncy castles, children's rides, crafts, quad bikes and hot food.
The event was blessed with bright sunshine and just the odd shower on the day and organiser Tony Maslen said he had received a lot of good feedback.
"Everyone loved it and many said they could not believe how many live acts we had.
"Luckily the rain held off until the last artist had finished singing."
Funding for the event primarily came from the National Lottery.
Anyone interested in being a part of next year's Rubery Festival or anyone who can offer sponsorship should call Tony on 0121 457 9308.
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