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Festival on Highbury fields offers fun for all the family

17:16 06 July 2014

Highbury Fields, Looking North

Highbury Fields, Looking North

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Hundreds of people are expected to descend on Highbury Fields next week for an annual summer shindig.

Festival on the Fields 2014 takes place on July 12 and features a host of games, activities and support for people from across the borough.

After a carnival parade, complete with samba band, at 12noon, visitors can go on rides, play sports, listen to DJs, try out clairvoyants and meditation and more.

There is a also a special employment and learning enterprise zone, where people can pick up tips to get them back into work; with free job workshops and CV surgeries.

And budding photographers are asked to submit their two best snaps of the festival - winners will receive a prize and be featured in an exhibition.

Festival in the Fields, Highbury Fields, Highbury on July 12 from 12noon. Free entry, visit www.islingtoncommunityprojects.co.uk.

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