Bangor's first Deiniol Day on Saturday, 24 July, brought a medieval atmosphere to the town centre.
Children at the Maesgeirchen summer playscheme dressed up for the procession and made the Deiniol figure in three days. Deiniol, a 6th Century saint, is believed to have been the first bishop of Bangor and was buried on Bardsey Island.
Dyfan Roberts from Pontio, who organised the event, said: "The parade and the children were amazing, and the re-enactments and stalls did really well."
"I met some great people and community leaders. Maybe we'll try and build on this for next year," Dyfan said.
Re-enactment groups demonstrated aspects of medieval life.
Rain may have kept some people away, but the hog roast was sold out in less than hour.
The old bowling green near the war memorial hosted stalls during the day and entertainment in the evening.
Volunteers who helped out included a group raising money for a skateboard park and students who cleared up after the event was over.
Deiniol and his wattle enclosure will now be on display in the cathedral which he founded.
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