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PICTURES: Family fun in Clevedon at Hope In The Square

PUBLISHED: 15:00 19 May 2017

Bini the clown and friends.

Bini the clown and friends.

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Clevedon town centre was a feast of colour and a hub of noise at the weekend as the Hope In The Square event took place.

Steve Smith and Maggie Blackmore giving away free art.Steve Smith and Maggie Blackmore giving away free art.

Live music, stalls selling beautiful gifts and exciting games proved to be a great draw as hundreds flocked to Queens Square on Saturday afternoon.

The free family event was again organised by Churches Together and sought to promote a community ethos within the town.

Hope and Evie decorating cakes with the help of Emily Feasy and Angela Haberfield.Hope and Evie decorating cakes with the help of Emily Feasy and Angela Haberfield.

In addition to entertaining acts performing live, there was also food from around the world to tuck into and a bouncy castle to enjoy.

Among the most popular stalls was a cake-decorating booth, while the face-painting area unsurprisingly caught the eye of many of the younger visitors.

Nathan, Faye and Alan keeping the donut stall well stocked.Nathan, Faye and Alan keeping the donut stall well stocked.

Art pieces were also sold and a doughnut stand meant nobody was in danger of going home feeling hungry.

Making art in the square.Making art in the square.

Hope in the Square.Hope in the Square.

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