ARTISTS and families from across the county and district have flocked to Cheadle town centre for a week of creative arts.
Cheadle Arts Week, which featured contributions from charities, clubs and youth groups, finished on Sunday when festival-goers peeped into the past with a display of photos of memorabilia from Cheadle and surrounding villages.
Other highlights of the week included a Food Glorious Food Day, with Cheadle Bread Basket's famous scones and various charity stalls.
It also featured Cheadle Flower Club's demonstration evening, which included a competition open to anyone entitled WW1 One Hundred Years.
George Galway hosted a jazz concert with friends, Youth CATS showcased their talents with 'The Saturday Surprise Show', there was a Peeps into the Past display of photos and memorabilia from Cheadle and surrounding villages, and the 'High Street Gallery' was also taking place which involves artists' work being displayed in all High Street shops.
Artists Eva Kenton, from Meir Park, above, and Stella Heritage, secretary of Cheadle Arts Forum, with the pieces.