Hundreds enjoy community festival
PUBLISHED: 08:00 31 August 2017 | UPDATED: 11:36 01 September 2017
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Hundreds of people flocked to a community festival in Nailsea to enjoy some family fun on Saturday.
Revellers enjoyed live music, mini amusements, a vehicle display and barbecued food at Trendlewood Community Festival.
For the first time this year, organisers put on a series of talks to encourage debates and discussions.
Craft fans enjoyed pottery classes and festival-goers were able to try out the new Trendle Wood cider which was launched at the event.
The festival, which is held in Golden Valley School playing field, was a huge success with 1,500 people attending.
The free event is organised by people living in the Trendlewood estates in Nailsea.
Activities for children included a bouncy castle, sand pit, puppet shows, computer game contests and painting.
Pizzas, crepes, ice creams and cocktails were enjoyed by revellers.
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