Young adults' hospice, Jacksplace in Sutton Scotney, held its annual festival, Jestival, last weekend.

Centre users, as well as their families and friends enjoyed live music, games, and even mocktails designed by the participants.

Claire Potterton, play and activities team leader, said: "There are so many festivals on at this time of year, so it felt like the perfect time for us to bring everyone together here for an extra special summer celebration for our young adults, in the comfort of the Jacksplace grounds."

Participants danced to music from bands from the area, Firefly and Fables, who volunteered their time.

Fables band members, Emily and Justin said: "Jestival was amazing! We were lucky to get the warm, sunny version instead of a 'bring your wellies' kind of day.

"Add in the dancing and singing, and you can wrap Jestival up in one word – perfect! The best part of any festival or gig is the people."

A special thanks went to Jude’s Ice Cream who donated ice cream for the event and The Boaz Project who gifted hay bales.

Jacksplace offers care and support for life-limited and life-threatened young adults from the age of 16.