In pictures: Revellers enjoy Ally Pally's music and food festival
- Credit: Polly Hancock
Ally Pally's "StrEATlife" food and music extravaganza is always a vibrant occasion – and post-lockdown revellers in north London enjoyed the summer sun this weekend.
The festival – which is free entry, though punters pay for food and drink – saw acts including the Heavy Beat Brass Band entertain visitors over two days.
Food from producers such as barbecue-experts Meat Street delighted many, while there was also fare from Venezuelan firm Guaca.
That's not to mention the Brazilian churros from Candidonut and a large selection of craft beer.
Ham&High photographer Polly Hancock snapped families and partygoers young and old, all having a top time at the top of the hill.
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StrEATlife takes place a couple of times each summer, Covid-19 notwithstanding.
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