There were more than 25 stalls with a variety of gifts, games and prizes on offer and £4,083 was raised, which will go directly to patient care.
Linzi Young, head of fundraising at Trinity, said: “It was fantastic to open our doors for our 30th anniversary summer fair.
“The great weather was a welcome addition.
“Since opening our doors in 1985, the hospice has cared for so many local families, and we’ve only been able to do this thanks to the incredible support and contributions we have received from the community in the last 30 years. As we celebrate our 30th anniversary throughout 2015, we are looking forward to more celebration events, including our first ever colour splash on July 25.”
Pictured are Trinity Hospice volunteers Laura Hirsh and Caroline Pendleton on the cake stall.