In celebration of London's Notting Hill Carnival

family sitting near stall with Barbados flags

 

 

All the flags of the Caribbean could be found at London's Notting Hill Carnival during the Bank Holiday weekend.

 

Here, the Barbados flag was large and proud!

 

[photo by Debbie Ransome]

 

​​​​Food was never far from the activity
Food was never far from the action...you can eat your way through
all Caribbean cuisine and much more!
[photo: Caribbean Intelligence contributor]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

people wining
And, food fuel was definitely needed for some of the partying activity....[photo: Caribbean Intelligence contributor]
music truck
The trucks ranged from small to incredibly big....with the sun, it could have been the Caribbean!
[photo: Caribbean Intelligence contributor]
police officers do Usain pose
Even the Met got involved!
[photo: CSupt Robyn Williams, Metropolitan Police]
People walk past Love Grnefell sign
As we mentioned in our first gallery, thoughts for the Grenfell community
were never far away [photo: Debbie Ransome]

 

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