ever' Burnham FolkFest comes to an end after four-day festival
of people crowded into Burnham-On-Sea's Manor Gardens on Sunday
for the finale of this year's FolkFest music festival which has
been hailed as the 'best yet'.
said the ninth annual event, which started on Thursday, has been
hugely successful with record crowds through the weekend, including
on Saturday, as we reported here.
Manor Gardens saw one of its biggest-ever turnouts on Sunday,
as pictured here, as sunny weather attracted large numbers of
families to the final afternoon of the popular festival.
on Sunday enjoyed performances by Steve James, Sun Dog Days, local
stars Fallen Apples, pictured above, folk duo The Drystones,
and the bhangra band RSVP.
Chairman Dom Wills told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "It has been
a really cracking weekend - we have had some great quality, varied
entertaianment over the four days. There were big crowds on each
day in the town and everyone has enjoyed themselves - we thank
them all for their support."
our coverage of Saturday's FolkFest entertainment here