Carnival fever hits Paulsgrove and Leigh Park at annual bonanzas

Huge crowds gathered for a fiesta at two of the Portsmouth area's biggest carnivals last Saturday.

Tuesday, 27th June 2017, 12:44 pm
Updated Tuesday, 12th September 2017, 11:54 am
Scores of children dress up for the Paulsgrove Carnival. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170740-1)

Processions of dancers, circus performers and costumed members of the public lined the streets of Paulsgrove and Leigh Park for the annual events.

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The marching band from TS Tenacity NTC perform in Paulsgrove. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170740-1)

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Wendy Adams-Evans performed at the Leigh Park carnival. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170742-1)
Some of the bright costumes on display in the Paulsgrove procession. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170740-1)
Dancers join the parade in Paulsgrove. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170740-1)
Kids dressed as everything from Lego bricks to Fidget Spinners. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170740-1)
Two girls dressed as characters from the movie Trolls. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170740-1)
The marching band from TS Tenacity NTC perform in Paulsgrove. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170740-1)
Wendy Adams-Evans performed at the Leigh Park carnival. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170742-1)
Some of the bright costumes on display in the Paulsgrove procession. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170740-1)
Dancers join the parade in Paulsgrove. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170740-1)
Kids dressed as everything from Lego bricks to Fidget Spinners. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170740-1)
Two girls dressed as characters from the movie Trolls. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170740-1)