Narberth put on a fiery festive show on Saturday night when the town’s Winter Carnival took to the streets.

After bad weather forced the cancellation of last year’s event, organisers had been crossing their fingers for a fine forecast for 2014.

And they were rewarded by dry conditions for the illuminated parade around the town, with the Pembrokeshire Fire Spinners turning up the heat with a spectacular show to delight the crowds.

Town mayor, Councillor Sue Rees and her husband John were driven at the head of the procession, where winter favourites including the cast of Frozen; Santa and snowmen were joined by a Nativity scene as a reminder of the true meaning of Christmas..

During the day, the town was busy with shoppers and visitors to the Christmas market in the Queens Hall, where Santa’s Grotto proved a popular attraction.

Durning the afternoon, music from The Dingle Stage by the town clock included songs from Narberth CP School choir and Ragsy from The Voice.

Narberth Winter Carnival chairman Ruth Platt thanked all the event sponsors, committee members and everyone who helped. She added: “There was an excellent atmosphere in town all day, and we were very pleased with how it all went."

To see a video showing the groups taking part on foot including dancing 'Grannies', the Pembrokeshire Fire Spinners and Narberth's very own troop of festive 'majorettes' click the video here. See the video above to view this year's Winter Carnival floats: