The sun shone on the crowds at the fourth annual Victorian Family Fayre held by the Louth Town Partnership on Sunday.
There were almost 100 stalls selling food, arts, crafts and collectables and local shops opened to cater for the large crowds.
The partnership organised a park and ride shuttle between the industrial estate and the bus station at a cost of £1 for visitors.
Thieves put a crimp in the day however by stealing four signs advertiisng the fayre from roundabouts around the town.
It is thought the signs were stolen for their metal.