A Cambridgeshire skate school held its annual competition in Burwell at the weekend.

Shredder Skate School's fourth event of its kind took place at the skatepark - where the company started before expanding - on Saturday June 29.

Max Jamieson, head coach and owner, said: "This is our fourth year running and we are growing year on year.

"We mostly run this event for the kids, as we like to give something back to the community and give out some prizes for entering our competition.

"We make sure everyone that enters receives a prize regardless of their position," he added.

The club also held a professional competition to showcase a higher level of skateboarding to inspire the younger riders.

Mr Jamieson added: "The competition was a great opportunity for young, semi professional and professional skateboarders to showcase their skills to win product and cash prizes thanks to our sponsors.

"We also think it is very important for the children that we teach to have the opportunity to compete against others in a competitive format if this is something they would like to pursue in their skateboarding journey."

In a statement posted on Facebook after the event, Shredder Skate School said: "Thank you to everyone that made it such a special day.

"Whether you helped out, competed, skated for fun or came for the vibes, thank you.

"You are the reason we do this each year, your attendance keeps us inspired and excited to keep going, to keep trying to make this event bigger and better for you.

"We hope you had fun and congratulations to the winners - see you next year for number 5."

The kids competition winners were Dottie, Jude and Alec.

The pro competition winners were Dave, Henry and Charlie.

(Image: Shredder Skate School)

(Image: Shredder Skate School)