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Armley Festival 2017 brings community together

Armley Festival 2017 drew thousands of people to Armley Town Street and Moor despite the early morning rain on Saturday.

The festival was the second since it was resurrected by local group All Together Armley last year and featured stalls, a dog show and a host of other activities.

Here are some images from the day, courtesy Glenn Broadbent of All Together Armley.

Festival fun: Youngsters on Armley Moor

Arty: Mural making in the former Yorkshire Bank building on Armley Town Street.

Stalls: Armley Town Street was taken over by different stalls.







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