Mr Malteser of Dewsbury with Bowe Benton, eight of Belle Isle and Taylor Gray, 10 of Middleton.

Beeston Festival: The best photos from a brilliant day out at Cross Flatts Park

Beeston Festival returned to Cross Flatts Park in glorious sunshine on Saturday after a year off due to the pandemic.

Sunday, 19th September 2021, 3:36 pm

It is the 26th time the Beeston community has come together for the annual event, which this year had a planet-friendly theme.

Entertainment was arranged on three stages, with the main stage headlined by indie-rock band Scumbag Lion.

Punjabi Roots Academy returned with a dazzling mix of Bhangra drumming and dancing and From East to East brought the music of eastern Europe and the Balkans to Beeston.

A bazaar hosted over 50 stalls selling clothing, jewellery, crafts and food from around the world.

The Royal Armouries put on demonstrations in the arena, where there were also performances by Reetwirlers Majorettes and DAZL.

Beeston Climate Hub were also on hand with ideas to make Beeston greener.

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