Hundreds flock to River Fest for the bank holiday weekend

Milo and Oscar Powell, who came to the River Fest dressed as pirates

Milo and Oscar Powell, who came to the River Fest dressed as pirates

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CROWDS turned out in their hundreds to enjoy a river-side festival over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Shoreham River Fest returned for its second year celebrating life on the river.

The festival ran on Saturday and Sunday, ending today.

The celebrations included live music in East Street and Coronation Green, featuring local guitarist Piers Clarke as well as varied activities on Beach Green and Adur recreation ground such as food and drink markets, a dragon boat race, a swan race and a classic car show.

There was also a mime artist and a rowing challenge using a gym machine.

People were encouraged to dress up in a seafaring theme.

Jenny Pearce, 30, said: “It was such a lovely, sunny day and everyone was having a great time. I’ll defiantly come back next year.”

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1:15pm Mon 25 Aug 14

Valentinian says...

Jenny Pearce, 30, said: “It was such a lovely, sunny day and everyone was having a great time. I’ll defiantly come back next year.”


DEFIANTLY lmao ......
Jenny Pearce, 30, said: “It was such a lovely, sunny day and everyone was having a great time. I’ll defiantly come back next year.” DEFIANTLY lmao ...... Valentinian
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