Lewisham People's Day, 2004
Saturday 10th July in Mountsfield Park, Catford.
Now celebrating its 20th year, the Annual Lewisham People's Day is South East London's largest and longest running community festival.
Billed as a celebration of 'creative Lewisham', the large site included a 'respect' stage plus stages for dance, music, djs, poetry and circus.
Also in attendance were urban75 chums, The People's Republic of Disco (PROD), who were given a large tent to host their democratic DJ event.
Large Glastonbury-style flags adorn the site of the Lewisham People's Day, Mountsfield Park, Catford
With the event wittily entitled, 'The Summer of Our Disco Tent', the People's Republic of Disco were given a monster-sized tent.
The PROD crew pose by the 'Vinyl Cloakroom' inside their voluminous tent.
Two urbanites getting stuck into the important business of quaffing.
Curious incident inside the PROD tent.
There was quite a few urban peeps relaxing in the sun outside the PROD tent.
Enjoying the sunshine (it wasn't to last).
Drinking and dancing by the People's Republic of Disco tent.
When the weather turned bad, people came flocking into the tent. I think the DJs were praying for rain the whole day.
Gold painted, bald blokes on stilts being odd.
Happy stewards at the Lewisham Peoples Day.
And, finally, here's Jim Squall signing off from behind the desk in the band tent!