STOURBRIDGE town centre turned into a huge party on Sunday (July 7) as the annual carnival returned.

The popular event saw the town filled with a variety of stalls, with performances taking place throughout the day.

The free family fun day forms part of the month-long Black Country Festival, which kicked off on Monday July 1.

Live music, food vendors, street entertainment, fairground rides, street food and a vintage vehicle display were among the attractions on Coventry Street, High Street and Market Street.

The event, organised by LSD Promotions and Dudley Council, ran from 11am to 4pm.

Siobhan Noake, from LSD Promotions, said: "The Stourbridge Carnival 2024 was a fantastic success.

"The event was buzzing with activity, and we were thrilled to see such a large turnout.

"The feedback from visitors has been very positive, with many praising the variety of stalls, performances, and the overall vibrant atmosphere.

"A huge thank you to everyone who came out to support this local event.

"Your participation and enthusiasm helped make the day truly memorable.”

Car enthusiasts showcased their vintage vehicles in Lower High Street.

There were performances from local dance groups and singers, including the Rock Choir. The Peaky Blinders even made an appearance at the carnival.

There were fairground rides for little ones in Market Street and High Street plus a diverse array of stalls selling local crafts, food and products.

During the carnival, road closures were in place on High Street, Market Street, Lower High Street, Duke Street and Coventry Street.