Hundreds drawn to popular town carnival
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Fairground rides and an impressive carnival procession took over a town square at the weekend.
Hundreds of people lined the streets to watch Axbridge Carnival on Saturday, which featured floats, walking entries and crowning of the Carnival Queen.
A spokesman for the event said: "Axbridge Carnival was brilliant.
"There was such a lovely atmosphere felt in the square on the day and lots of walking entries took part in the procession.
"There were fairground rides, vintage vehicles, and Burnham & Highbridge mayor Andy Brewer attended as well.
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"The children loved it and had a fabulous time.
"Thank you to everyone who watched the carnival, and businesses who sponsor it, we couldn't run the event without you."
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