Lights, fire pits and tales on mystery and imagination were all part of the fun when Blackpool Carers’ Centre enjoyed a lantern festival.
Around 70 people visited the centre in Newton Drive which famously underwent a DIY SOS transformation last year.
Chief executive Michelle Smith said : “It was magical despite the rain on the night.
“We had crafts made by some of our adult carers, plus music and entertainments.
“The children didn’t care and were in and out the garden all night and enjoyed the toasted marshmallows at the fire. They also really enjoyed the storytelling sessions down in the chillax room in the garden which is looking great now thanks to help from Myerscough College and their students.
“People worked so hard,I would like to thank everyone who helped make it such a good night.”
The filming of the BBC DIY SOS picked up a Royal Television Society West of England Award last week with judges citing the programme’s “strength in finding great stories and delivering high octane emotion.”