The rain managed to hold of Friday afternoon for Beaconsfield's annual Youth and Community Festival.
There were plenty of fun activities and services available for the youth of the Tamar Valley to enjoy.
Youth Advisory Council member and organiser Ann-Lea Wykes said despite a few hiccups early in the morning the day ran really well.
"Everyone's having a really good time," Ms Wykes said.
"The skate comp's always been a standout and the music's always something people love, it's nice to see people just sitting around and enjoying the day."
Feedback given via the West Tamar Council's Youth Survey helped shape the festival.
Ms Wykes said survey participants wanted to see the return of the much-loved VR activity which was absent at last year's event.
"It's been something that people have really loved and said in their feedback that they'd like to see again," Ms Wykes said.
"We fought this year to get it back for them."
West Tamar mayor Christina Holmdahl said the event was a nice start to the school holidays.
"It's a way for young ones to hang out and kick-off their time away from school," she said.
Cr Holmdahl noted though the first festival was fairly low-key, it has now grown to become a great annual event for youth in the area to attend.
"Young people recognise it as something they want to do so from that point of view I think it's really important," Cr Holmdahl said.