A Chorleywood resident organised a charity festival in his back garden to raise money for a local special needs school.
Dean Tanner, 53, held the event called Dfest2 on September 18 to raise funds for Heritage House School in Chesham.
The event was attended by friends and family and the total number of people that attended was 120.
Dean managed to raise £3,000 through a number of activities that took place on the day, including charity head shaves, raffle and an auction.
Dean’s daughter Senya said: “We are very grateful for all donations and hope everyone had a lovey time.
“He (Dean) puts in so much effort for his friends and family to have a good time and to support a local charity.”
A post on Facebook thanking all attendees read: “We would like to thank everyone for making Dfest2 a great success! The sun was shining, and the musical talent was off the scale.
“Thanks to our generous friends and family we have smashed Dfets1’s total. We would like to say a special thanks to all the people who made it possible.”