Greenford Carnival, Ravenor Park

An annual community event, organised by a local committee and volunteers. This year the sponsors included Westside Radio, which had a live stage. There were the usual rides and stalls, as well as displays and an acoustic stage. Everyone was grateful for the break in the weather and that the sun was shining. A short video of the event can be seen here.

Elsewhere Greenford was a busy place today. There was a open day at the Litten Nature Reserve, the Alzheimer’s Society held a Dememtia Cafe event, the Royal British Legion marked Armed Forces Day and there was some fundraising at Greenford’s branch of Carphone Warehouse.

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One thought on “Greenford Carnival, Ravenor Park

  1. carole on said:

    accoustic stage was right! i live on Oldfield Lane South the music was very loud and deffinately annoying! all afternoon we could hear every word of every song, yearsv ago, when they had the bands in a tent on the putting green area we could hear the music but not as loud. we went to the Litten Nature Reserve open day in the afternoon. the music was just as loud down there! saw three cars that were parked on the grass verge, get parking tickets!! expensive day out!! its only 50 pence to park in the car park!

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