Monday, August 28, 2006


As Britain celebrates the last Bank Holiday weekend before we head into Autumn, many people in the country will be using this as an opportunity to catch up on household jobs and DIY tasks. Others will be braving the airport security queues and jetting off to warmer climates. Meanwhile at least a million people are expected to attend the Notting Hill Carnival, an explosion of fun, food and culture. The annual carnival is one of London’s most popular attractions, bringing a colourful array of costumes and music to the streets. The carnival also provides a good chance for people of all religions and creeds to come together in harmony for this multi-cultural event, as the streets come alive with the sounds of steel drums and Caribbean music.

Photos:- Courtesy of World News and Yahoo

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