Fishguard was full of flashmobs, fireworks and funky music on New Year’s Eve as the town strutted its stuff into 2018.

The town’s street party has been a New Year’s Eve fixture since the millennium and is organised by a small but dedicated committee.

Revellers from as far afield as northern Canada enjoyed entertainment from local youngsters, vocalist Lisa Allen and headliners Wrong Jovi chosen in a community ballot earlier this year.

Hundreds of people joined in a flashmob dance earlier on in the evening which got the night off to an excellent community-focused start.

2018 was seen in with a spectacular firework display, sponsored by Stena, and synchronised to music.

“What a party, the best just got better,” said street party committee member, Richard Grosvenor.

“Claire and Sophie produced a magnificent show on the new stage with the headline act, Wrong Jovi, selected by public vote proving immensely popular.

“The party will be even better next year and we will take that flash mob record.

“We were really pleased that we attracted so many visitors from across the UK and further afield. The benefit to the local economy from the party is significant.

“The fireworks synchronised to music were the ultimate way to welcome in 2018.”