MILLPORT'S September Weekend was once again an event to remember.
The whole island played its part to enjoy good old fashioned family fun - from sandcastle building competitions to fancy dress and even searching the shore for the biggest crab of them all.
A throwback to traditional times without technology, it proved hugely popular.
The September Illuminations event dates back to the mid-1930s, and late night shopping, fireworks, and a family ceilidh were part of the programme.
But the varied and fun free competitions captured the imagination.
Island Express trophy (awarded to the person or group who made a special effort or contribution towards September Weekend): The Campbell family from Nessbank who have every year decorated their house and garden excellently.
Children's Sand Sculpture: Barbie's Wedding.
Family Sand Sculpture: The Happy Camers.
Best Flat Window: 40 Glasgow Street with Trump Karaoke.
Best Shop Window: - Andrea's, WW1 anniversary.
Best Children's Story: Lucy Hill, nine, for 'My Special Place'.
Best House: Cirmhor, West Bay, Saving Lives at Sea.
Best Street Entertainment: The Newton Bar.
Best Hospitality Establishment: The Newton Bar.
Best Children's Display: 4 Cardiff Street (The Greatest Showman).
Trampoline competition: Charlotte Brown, nine.
People's Choice: The Sweet Shop (Winnie the Pooh).
Photography: Mags Craig - photo of harbour.
Children's Fancy Dress: Charlotte Gray as Princess Elena,
Special event: Skye Austen (dancing)
Crabbing competition: Lauren Miller, nine, for a crab weighing 320g.
* The organisers extend a special thanks to Jan Wilkie who worked to sort out new venues after the storm damage to the DA Hall.