FESTIVAL goers flocked to The Good Life Experience this weekend.

Organisers said the event, which enjoyed great weather for the first two days, had officially sold out.

The Good Life Experience welcomed a host of entertainers, artists and thinkers to the Hawarden Estate to share their knowledge, skills or performance.

There was plenty on offer including axe throwing, foraging, campfire cooking sessions with world class chefs, daily feasts, mass sing-a-longs, over 40 expert craftspeople, beer served by experts, talks by explorers, abseiling from Hawarden Castle, a free 1930s fairground, wild swimming, poetry, literature and endless How To... talks.

With the rain only making an appearance on Sunday afternoon, attendees enjoyed an eclectic line-up including a set from iconic DJ Norman Jay MBE and song writing royalty Guy Chambers.