Congratulations to this month's winner, Stephen Hornsey with this great image of industrial Teesside.
Second place this month went to 'Alison' (she provided no other details!) with a moody shot of the fishermans huts and the steel works and third place went to Daniel Winspear, again with a steel works photo, but this time shot at night.
And what perfect weather for Hartlepool's Silver Trees to kick things off with their lovely ethereal psyche rock. Praise Stockton!
The great thing about this Weekender is that the two main stages are right next to each other so as one band finishes the next are often already on stage ready to start.
And so to Abel Raise The Cain who are a much slicker group than when I saw them a couple of months ago at ...Calling but still have a lot of work to do to be genuine contenders to fill the still gaping Chapman Family hole locally.
Lest we forget Matty Jordan who tragically died in March on a trip to Windermere with friends and thanks to Sam Williams and the good people of the Dormans Club we won't.
This was the inaugural Matthew Jordan Football Tournament and Charity Night.
Sunday's sevens football tournament played out in Dormans field under glorious sunshine. The group stage was strictly all-comers including Harrogate Town Academy, an all girls team, a somewhat out of condition dads team and a team playing in Hawaiian shirts.