IT MAY have been chilly, but Saturday's Chelmsford Place Festival had something for all to enjoy.
The event was held as part of the Australian Art Deco Festival Leeton and the excitement was palpable throughout the day.
From the soapbox derby and markets to art installations, the Tutankhamen Roadshow, photo exhibition and prohibition pub, the event had it all and more.
Residents and visitors of all ages took part, some even dressed in period outfits to help keep the chill away.
The soapbox derby had its thrills and spills, but was a big crowd pleaser on the day, while residents also had the opportunity to meander through the markets and even stop by the Leeton fire station for a look at its vintage truck.
There was also dozens of vintage cars in perfect condition on display, as well as bikes and machinery.
The prohibition pub had warm fires, hot chowder and, of course, a sneaky drink.
The Lions train was running, with visitors also taking the opportunity to complete self-guided walking tours, listening to poetry readings at the Henry Lawson Cottage and much more.
Not to be outdone, Yanco and Whitton's museums were both open throughout the weekend, as was a rocking horse display in Murrami.
Another crowd favourite was the "Leeton" installation near the water towers for those perfect social media shots.
While youre with us, you can now receive updates straight to your inbox every Friday at 6am from The Irrigator. To make sure youre up to date with all news in Leeton sign up here.