AN ORGANISATION supporting vulnerable adults and young people celebrated its 100th anniversary with fire dancers, chainsaw artists and so much more.

Founded in Liverpool by Eleanor Rathbone in 1919, PSS (Person Shaped Support) has led the way over the last 100 years, plugging gaps in social care and making a huge impact on the lives of people up and down the country.

Organised by the Wales PSS team, PSS Fest at Bodafon Farm provided the perfect day out for all the family.

There were lively displays and productions from the likes of the Nula Hoola Hoop Show, Zumba with Jenny, the Inferno Fire Performers, the Edgehill Martial Arts Academy and acclaimed chainsaw carver, Ian Murray.

There was also a host of stalls to enjoy, including the Magic Garden Face Painting and Wood Be Special.

Also celebrating the 40th anniversary of the revolutionary social care service, Shared Lives, the event showcased music from Two Sick Steves, Steve Rickard and Out of Time, as well as an array of arts stalls.

Becky Bloor-Steen, head of the PSS Wales service, said: “PSS Fest 2019 was a great opportunity for the people we support, our Shared Lives carers and the general public to enjoy a fantastic, fun-filled and free day out with all the family, and a chance to celebrate the amazing work PSS has done in the community for the last 100 years.”