As usual, I attended the 7th Annual Brownhills Canal Festival today, as plugged here a couple of days ago. Once again, a great time was had by all, the event was well organised and there were plenty of activities for kids of all ages. Attendance seemed slightly lower than normal in the morning, but I suspect that the football had an effect. I’d like to take the opportunity to congratulate the organisers on yet another fine festival.
Stuart Williams, creator of that esteemed organ The Bloxidge Tallygraph, was also in attendance and took a whole bunch of wonderfully professional photos that clearly outshine my point-and-pray efforts: he commented on my last post with the following message:
Brownhills Canal Festival 2010 Photos are NOW ONLINE: http://bit.ly/a4SLOY
If you recognise your narrowboat, your stall – or yourself – please feel free to comment and/or leave details!
This selection of photographs is copyright of myself, having taken them in support of the festival. They may be downloaded and used for non-commercial, promotional and personal purposes by the organisers, and by organisations taking part, as well as individuals pictured.
This was a great fun event, congratulations to all concerned! Shame about the England match in the afternoon, I might as well have stayed in Brownhills…
Thanks for attending Stuart, and to all other attendees, be they stallholders, entertainers, dignitaries or members of the public, I’d like to say a hearty ‘cheers!’ and wish you all the best. I’m looking forward to the 2011 event already…