Workington Musical Festival, now in its 90th year, has proved there is plenty of local talent in West Cumbria in performing arts and music.

Vocal entries were up in both junior and senior age groups and over 20 performers received honours certificates as they had gained 90 marks or more.

Vanessa Turpin, from Whitehaven picked up awards for her Soprano solo and won The Williams Gold Cup.

Highest marks in the U18 music section was given to Bobby Donald, Skyler Currie, Emma Jennings, all from Whitehaven and Kendal Routledge, from Workington.

Competitor chosen by the adjudicator for most promise for an adult vocal solo went to Jack Hoy, from Seascale.

The adjudicator judged the most promise shown in an U18 solo speech class to be Summer Raynor, from St Bridget's RC School, Egremont.

The Inner Wheel award was won by Whitehaven's Amelia McCarthy.

Rotary Club of Workington teamed up with the festival to hold a heat of Rotary Young Musician of the Year in vocal and instrumental.

Those going forward to the next round are Amber Hooper for her vocal ability; David Labiano for his skills on the keyboard and John Hopley for piano.