In pictures: South End Green Festival

PUBLISHED: 12:32 26 June 2017 | UPDATED: 12:32 26 June 2017

Penny, 6, Kacey, 6, and Macey, 10, from Fleet Road celebrate at the South End Green Festival. All photos by Polly Hancock.

Penny, 6, Kacey, 6, and Macey, 10, from Fleet Road celebrate at the South End Green Festival. All photos by Polly Hancock.


Hundreds came out with the sun for the South End Green Festival on Sunday, with music, food, drinks, a craft stall, a children’s fair, and a highly competitive dog’s show.

Organisers The South End Green Association welcomed South End Green guitar legend John Etheridge, alongside bands including Kareem Shabazz and the Ryddim Kings, and Hats Off Gentlemen It’s Adequate.

Sponsors live music venue The Fiddler’s Elbow also organised also invited rock bands including The Beautiful Game and The Fabulous Micky C & The Wasted Playboys.

Meanwhile, dogs dutifully lined up for the dog show, with prizes handed out to the “cutest small dog” and “golden oldie” among other accolades, as organised by Zasman Vet and with all profits going to All Dogs Matter.

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