Thursday night in the Market Square
Finale of Nine Men's Morris
Nearly ... but not quite ...
The Sunday procession
Shropshire Bedlams lead the way
Our limo - and accompanying spooks
A state of tension permeated the atmosphere
There were some dodgy characters around
Pressure rising as we approach the Esplanade
Yet another dodgy character
The Shropshire Bedlams were a cause for concern
Once on the Esplanade, even more care was needed
Would you mix it with these men?
A few trouble makers were rapidly dealt with
More potential trouble
All suspicious packages were checked
Trevor, John L, Dave B, Dave H, Simon
Some members of the audience became hysterical
Shropshire Bedlams were giving trouble
As were Martha Rhoden's Tuppeny Dish
Members of Martha Rhoden's Tuppeny Dish had to be forcibly removed
Hysteria spread through the crowds like wild fire
Finally ... their heroes emerged from the Limo to meet the acclaim
Fame hasn't changed Bob at all
Dave H relaxes after a job well done
Mike gives his autograph to a delighted fan
Yoda demonstrates the power of the Force
Mike ... a bit startled ...
Mike ... a bit constipated ???
Sunday Night - Wusthandeth Village Fete
Mike was master of ceremonies
The 'pits' band
Bob, Vicky, Richard, Jules
Lady Vasey (Min)
Gerard, Pete M, Barry at the Flag Break
Scout Master (Dave B) and Vicar (Mike T) supervise the Flag Break
Jan, Eileen, Bridget, Mary and Bella
After the spectacular fly past by the Red Arrows
The sack race
The Racing Pigs
Pete L, Nina and Holly
Match the face to the buttocks
This stall proved popular
You too can leapfrog like Great Western
After the endless hours of practice ...
... the debut performance by Great Western Majorettes
The crowd were enraptured ...
... entranced ...
... things became a little risquï¿½ ...
... and were brought to premature close by an outraged Lady Vasey
Great Western - low key
Great Western - high key