Bishopton Week 2024 went out with a huge bang on Saturday, as 10,000 people showed up to enjoy the celebrations.

The day began with a parade through the town, led by the Lower Clyde pipe band and featuring floats of local school kids.

Those present were then treated to a range of activities and live musical entertainment, as well as numerous food, drinks, and craft stalls.

Janiece Scarff, vice president of the Bishopton Week Committee, said: “It was fabulous. We had a big turn out - we’re estimating that we had about 10,000 people attend.

“We were so lucky with the weather. It was forecast to rain, but the sun shone right until the stage came down. It was as if we’d ordered it!

“There were so many nice comments on Facebook saying what a lovely day it was, which was really great to see. It was a really nice atmosphere.

"It was such a big event - it’s gone over the years from Bishopton Fete to some massive festival. Everyone’s already saying they can’t wait for next year, so we better get planning."

Here’s all the best pictures from the day by Mike Tomenson.

Large crowds showed up for Bishopton DayLarge crowds showed up for Bishopton Day (Image: Mike Tomenson) Someone drew the short straw hereSomeone drew the short straw here (Image: Mike Tomenson) One of the parade's many floatsOne of the parade's many floats (Image: Mike Tomenson) Woody and Mr Potato Head were on good formWoody and Mr Potato Head were on good form (Image: Mike Tomenson) Another fun floatAnother fun float (Image: Mike Tomenson) A battle for the agesA battle for the ages (Image: Mike Tomenson) Simply Rod performingSimply Rod performing (Image: Mike Tomenson) Stars of the futureStars of the future (Image: Mike Tomenson) Local police help escort the parade through townLocal police help escort the parade through town (Image: Mike Tomenson)