In pictures: Leeds families join in with Guiseley Carnival parade

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IT WAS smiles all round this afternoon as the sun shone down on this year’s Guiseley Carnival.

Children from Guiseley Primary and Tranmere Park schools donned colourful clothes, feathers, masks and even lion costumes to join carnival queen Rebekah Procter, cadets and others for an opening parade.

FAMILY FUN: A youngster from Guiseley Primary School takes part in Guiseley Carnival. Picture by Tony Johnson.

FAMILY FUN: A youngster from Guiseley Primary School takes part in Guiseley Carnival. Picture by Tony Johnson.

Then it was time for the carnival to begin in earnest. Among those hosting a stall were Guiseley Lions.

President Peter Gable said: “It’s gone very well. We had lovely weather and a great turnout.”

The event is organised by Guiseley Senior Citizens Association, with proceeds going towards its annual trip.

Guiseley Primary School pupils take part in the parade. Picture Tony Johnson.

Guiseley Primary School pupils take part in the parade. Picture Tony Johnson.

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