Hundreds have turned out to listen to the enchanting melodies of a live orchestra at the Proms in the Park event in Bury.

The Untold Orchestra played a spectacular line-up of music from popular movies, successful musicals and hit songs, all beautifully sung and played by incredibly talented musicians.

This extraordinary event combined the serene beauty of the park with the soothing sounds of a live orchestra.

The sun was shining, and many enjoyed delicious artisan food and craft beers from the stalls on site. There were also lots of children’s activities and a tombola.

Bury Times: Proms in the Park, Bury. Pictures by Danny Crompton

Families danced together whilst they listened to the sound of the music.

Some notable songs that were played include My Favourite Things, I Dreamed a Dream, I Wan’na Be like You’, Stevie Wonder’s Sir Duke/I Wish, and Bittersweet Symphony.

A spokesperson for The Met said: “We’d like to say a huge thank you to our funders, Arts Council England, GMCA and Bury Council.

“Without this generous support the festival would not be possible.”

Cllr Shahbaz Arif said: ''I understand some exciting and talented musicians have performed.

"The event as in previous years will be an extremely positive community event.''

Former BBC Radio 1Xtra presenter Jenna G also hosted a musical extravaganza and displayed her singing charms.

This special event was arranged by Bury Hospice, with all proceeds going directly to the hospice, who currently have to raise £3.5m per year to deliver their crucial services.

The Met’s much-loved outdoor festival Burrs Live at Burrs Country Park began on Wednesday August 30 and came to an end today.

The Bootleg Beatles opened the festival on Wednesday, whilst Head for the Hills provided entertainment on Friday and Saturday, with many well-known artists.

This Bury based festival brought a range of everything, to see out the summer in the great outdoors.