Light up Llan saw the community filled with colour and lights at the annual festive switch on.
The event at Llanfairfechan last Saturday saw hundreds from across North Wales turn out to see the Christmas lights that were on display.
From a Father Christmas grotto to a visit from Mickey and Minnie Mouse there were plenty of treats on offer for all the children.
Chair Promoter and Secretary, Nia Jones said: “Saturdays event went very well. We had Dance with Cinti performing, singing we had Rachel Silva and Cassie who were very good.”
The fun filled day which took place from 12pm until 10pm also included reindeers, craft fairs and a fun fair full of rides for the whole family to enjoy.
The grand switch on took place at 6.30pm and Pant y Felin year six pupil Matthew Crew had the duty of pressing the button.
Light up Llan is organised by a committee of around 20 residents from Llanfairfechan who collect donations throughout the year to make it possible for the switch on to go ahead.
Nia Jones added: “We are a committee of volunteers who work hard throughout the year we have bingo nights, collection tins and the kind generosity of people who donate to us.
“We would like to thank everyone who came to support our night and to everyone who donated a prize for our raffle.”