Camden Green Fair and Bikefest 2007,
Regent's Park, London. (Photos/words © , Sunday 3rd June, 2007)
Now in its 16th year, the Camden Green Fair started as a small local event tasked with raising awareness amongst their Camden neighbours of various environmental issues.
It's now grown to become the UK's largest free green event, and in recent years has joined up with the Camden Cycling Campaign.
The fair was in the middle of Regent's Park.
The Camden Cycling Campaign had set up stalls and rides by the entrance to the main fair.
Visitors could get their bikes fixed for free.
Climbing frame for kids.
Regent's Park is right in the centre of London and you can see the Telecom Tower in the background.
Tories go green. In the words of Kevin Rowland of Dexy's Midnight Runners, "You must be fucking joking."
Neat electric bike.
The fair has grown considerably over the years.
Naturally, being sarf Londoners we gravitated straight towards the welcoming familiarity of the Brixton Tea Party cafe.
Shame in action. The tea was lovely.
Hanging by the cafe.
More relaxing on the sofas.
General view of the main stage.
The kites came in a host of shapes and designs, including this bizarre hoop-like affair.
Inside the Ethical Threads tent.
Cyclists hanging out.
The Hannah Morris Dancers were a heap of fun.
Morris dancing to Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody!
London School of Yoga in action.
'Free Range Kids.'
Van covered in printed sheets.
Couple on a jewellery stall.
The Green Roadshow.
Not entirely sure what this was all about!
Felt Making stall.
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