Hampstead Summer Festival: Heath Street abuzz with life for Hampstead’s annual fair
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Heath Street was alive with the hustle and bustle of Hampstead Summer Festival’s Big Fair on Sunday.
Crowds stretched all the way up the hill towards Whitestone Pond, as community groups including Keats Library, the Heath and Hampstead Society and Burgh House had stalls alongside businesses and eateries from Hampstead and further afield for visitors to see.
Children were also able to enjoy donkey rides, and the warm weather meant ice cream sellers were in high demand.
Music was provided on two stages, with one sponsored by the NW3 Jazz Club in New End.
Manager of Hampstead BID, who sponsors the festival, Marcos Gold said: "It was an absolute pleasure to be part of this year's Hampstead Summer Festival. The Hampstead Village BID has been a strong supporter of this event and all the joy it brings to our local community. The Summer Festival is a great opportunity for new visitors to explore and check out all that our businesses have to offer in Hampstead.
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"My greatest pleasure was tasting, exploring, and checking out all the amazing stall holders on Heath Street, and it was fantastic to check out all the great talent at the big music stage!"
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