Golcar Lily day is a festival put on each year in the village in which I live, perched on the Pennine Hills in West Yorkshire.
It is a relatively small scale affair but does include stalls selling food and goods, “morris dancing” and brass bands from the local area, and a steam tractor which was drawing admiring looks from the locals (echoes of Fred Dibnah). The festival is usually well supported often despite the uncertainties of pennine weather and yesterday was no different. Lots of people who enjoyed bright sunshine one minute and ten minutes later were sheltering form heavy showers……..but after all it is Yorkshire in spring!
This year I had been invited to attend concert at a local church given by various children’s groups so off I went, camera at the ready to try to get some photographs.
I arrived at just gone 10.00am and caught the performance…
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