The fair, organised by Gaby Haywood and her family, took place at Grimethorpe’s New Options Community Fitness Centre and raised more than £1,500 for the Brain Tumour Charity in memory of Tony ‘Tonk’ Clarkson.
The 37-year-old from Grimethorpe died ten years ago, having been diagnosed with a choroid plexus carcinoma - a form of brain tumour.
His family quickly turned to fundraising to support others affected by brain tumours, setting up the Tonk Clarkson Fund which has raised close to £19,000.
Gaby, 28, of Church Court, Brierley, said: “We wanted to raise awareness of brain tumours - we didn’t really know much about the signs of them - and also have something in his memory that we could continually support.
“As a family, we’re very positive people and tried to turn a negative situation into a positive.
“I’ve took it upon myself to raise £10,000 for the tenth anniversary of his passing.
“We’ve not done anything in such a long time, it was good to get back doing a community event on the weekend.
“It ended up a sell-out and we had to close early.
“I was surprised counting up all the funds.
“It’s a worthy cause, and the money is going to support people in the same situation our family have been in - that’s my drive.”
Further events through the year include a superhero-themed walk on May 14 - which Gaby said anyone is welcome to join in with - and a ‘Great Gatsby’ evening at the Metrodome on June 4.
Search for the ‘Tonk Clarkson Fund’ page on Facebook.