Tooting turned out in style over the weekend to celebrate the 10th annual Community Fun Day

Hundreds of people flocked to Broadwater Road on July 13 where everything from from 'play streets' to penalty shootouts to a family cycle ride took place.

Local history group Summerstown 182 even made a glorious splash of yellow as people created fabric daffodils to celebrate 1870s local figure Peter Barr - the ‘Daffodil King’ who created many of the daffodil strains we have today.

James Grant of Tooting Healthy Streets said: “Our pop-up play street showed how removing traffic and allowing children to play brings a street to life and brings the community together.

"It's a simple way for us to lead more active, social and fun lives.

"The grown-ups reminisced about their own childhoods playing out.

"Kids asked when they could do it again. We'll be looking for support for many more play streets in Tooting in the near future.”

Organisers also said that the Somali, Caribbean, Arab and Indo Pak food were a great draw, along with home made cakes at the refreshment stalls run by the Al Risalah Trust schools and local churches.

Rosena Allin-Khan, MP for Tooting praised the Fun Day’s community spirit.

“I’m always happy to be here in the heart of the community at the Community Fun Day," she said.

"It typifies this incredibly special community, where everyone comes together regardless of their race or political group.”