Hundreds enjoy community festival

PUBLISHED: 08:00 31 August 2017 | UPDATED: 11:36 01 September 2017

Children enjoying the amusements at Trendlewood Community Festival.

Children enjoying the amusements at Trendlewood Community Festival.

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Hundreds of people flocked to a community festival in Nailsea to enjoy some family fun on Saturday.

Amelia Gregory behind the controls of a JCB.Amelia Gregory behind the controls of a JCB.

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 Cider House Rounders performing for the crowd.The Cider House Rounders performing for the crowd.

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.

Revellers picked up some bargains from the food and craft stalls.Revellers picked up some bargains from the food and craft stalls.

Louise Tolson and Katie Barry teaching Rowan Tara first aid.Louise Tolson and Katie Barry teaching Rowan Tara first aid.

Revellers enjoying the festivities at Trendlewood Community Festival.Revellers enjoying the festivities at Trendlewood Community Festival.


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