Green fun in Victoria Park

BALANCE Maddie Clarke and her nephew Callum Davies, six, try their hands at plate spinning at the Portsmouth summer fair in Victoria Park.     Picture: Ian Hargreaves (112275-3)
BALANCE Maddie Clarke and her nephew Callum Davies, six, try their hands at plate spinning at the Portsmouth summer fair in Victoria Park. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (112275-3)

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THE fifth annual Portsmouth Summer Fair and Picnic attracted thousands of people in its most successful event ever.

Organised by Portsmouth Climate Action Network and Portsmouth City Council, the event featured more than 100 eco-friendly stalls and a range of activities for youngsters to enjoy.

While local bands played on a stage powered by pedal and solar power in the middle of Victoria Park, in Portsmouth city centre, children got a chance to learn circus skills and try their hands at arts and crafts.

Organiser Sue James said: ‘It was by far the biggest and most successful event we’ve had.

‘We estimate more than 3,000 people attended altogether.’