A March-based charity adult education college for students with learning and physical disabilities hosted its much-anticipated summer carnival with an exciting Wild West theme. 

The FACET event was described as a spectacular celebration of community, inclusion, and fun, bringing smiles and laughter to all who attended.

Decked out in cowboy and cowgirl costumes, students and staff transformed the college grounds into a vibrant 'Wild West town'.

One of the highlights of the day was a special visit from a miniature therapy pony, courtesy of Find Your Inner Grace, a local animal therapy centre based in Murrow.

The horse added an authentic touch to the Wild West experience and provided lots of smiles for the students.

A BBQ and an ice cream van offered a variety of delicious treats, as well as sweet treats made by staff – all perfect for the warm summer day.

Music helped set the mood, with performances from Just Us Too with lively tunes which had everyone dancing and singing along.

The day was supported by the local Tesco store at Hostmoor Avenue in March.