GALLERY: Baldock Day
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A MARKET town came together to celebrate community life with a line-up of music, cars and family-run.
This year’s Baldock Day, which took place on Saturday, gave visitors to the High Street a chance to try sporting activities, view a collection of Mini cars, new and old, and enjoy live music.
There was a host of children’s entertainment on offer, including face painting, fun fair rides and a bouncy castle.
Adults had the chance to do some retail therapy at the farmers’ market and craft market.
Baldock town centre manager, Murray Fastier, said: “It was a lovely day, the sun was shining and we had about a couple of thousand people come to enjoy the entertainment.
“There was something for everyone to enjoy, from face painting, a car show and live music and lots of food. It was a real success.”
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