Hundreds of people have celebrated 100-years since the opening of a Kettering art gallery earlier today (Wednesday, July 31).
The special ceremony, at the Alfred East Art Gallery, was held a century to the day that the gallery, which housed the work of Kettering artist Sir Alfred, first opened its doors.
Kettering Sea Cadets played music at the event, recreating a performance by the Kettering Rifle Band 100 years ago, and there was a speech by the Lord Lieutenant of Northamptonshire, which replicated one by the then Earl Spencer in 1913.
Gallery officer Katie Boyce said the event had been a success, and there is still entertainment until 8pm this evening (Wednesday) for anyone interested.
Telegraph reporter Michael Whelan made a short video (above) of the start of the event.