Inclement weather was nowhere to be seen for Saturday’s Parksfest, with attendees soaking up the sun all afternoon. Face painting, drumming and skating were on offer – plus plenty of cake at the Great Charlton Cake Off stall.
Musical entertainment was provided by The Big Red Bus Club’s Baby Blues Choir, DJ Mikee C, Central Vibe and Ronnie Ripple and the RipChords, before Glenn Tilbrook closed the day’s events with a Squeeze filled set.
Saturday’s event was part of a wider series of Parksfest events run across Greenwich borough, and there are many more to come. Check out the Parksfest calendar for further details, and keep scrolling to see more from Saturday afternoon.
The skate park saw plenty of action…
The face-painting saw long queues….
And then there was the Great Charlton Cake Off….
You could try your luck on the wheel of fortune, or play crazy curling and basketball…
Ronnie Ripple & The RipChords played…
as did Glenn Tilbrook!
And here’s Glenn with his son Leon performing Squeeze’s Take Me, I’m Yours.
Now it’s all over, the Friends of Charlton Park team would like to know what you thought of the event. Please drop them a line at friendscharltonpark[at]gmail.com, or leave a comment below.
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