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Queen’s Park Day is a success

PUBLISHED: 10:54 21 September 2016 | UPDATED: 10:54 21 September 2016

Lara Brown aged seven on Go Karts (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)

Lara Brown aged seven on Go Karts (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)

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Hundreds of people attended Queen’s Park Day on Sunday.

Bike demo and tricks in the arena (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)Bike demo and tricks in the arena (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)

The annual event, which is organised by Queen’s Park Residents’ Association, included a funfair, food stall, dog shows and two stages that host a range of entertainment for all the family.

The Queens Park Festival (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)The Queens Park Festival (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)

The Kilburn Cosmos, the only rugby club in Brent, held their weekly training session in Queen’s Park which was eagerly watched by visitors while Willesden Scouts and Brownies ran a stall with lots of home baked cakes.

Self Defence classes (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)Self Defence classes (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)

Friends of Kensal Rise Library had a stall selling bric-a-brac, books and Christmas cards.

The Queens Park Festival (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)The Queens Park Festival (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)

The Brent & Kilburn Times were one of the official sponsors of the event and a stall giving away copies of last week’s paper was hugely popular.

The Fun Fair (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)The Fun Fair (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)

Andrew Geehan from Willesden attended the event with his three children.

First Impressions perform on stage (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)First Impressions perform on stage (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)

He said: “it was a really good day out with something for all the kids and plenty to see and do a great community event.”

Olive and George Littler, aged three and five, with Myla Lewis aged  five, learning all about bees from Sharon Essor of Queens Park Honey (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)Olive and George Littler, aged three and five, with Myla Lewis aged five, learning all about bees from Sharon Essor of Queens Park Honey (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)

For more information about Queen’s Park Residents’ Association visit qpark.org.uk.

A magic show (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)A magic show (Pic: John Macdonald-Fulton)


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