Susan Hill School of Dance girls light up carnival
A group of dancers from Radstock bought extra colour to a carnival event last weekend.
Youngsters from the Susan Hill School of Dance took part in the Bath Carnival day.
This saw young and old walking, dancing and singing along a procession route from Great Pulteney Street through the city centre and ending up at Royal Victoria Park.
The carnival came after a community event in the park which saw people making costumes, listening to music and having a good time.
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The procession was led in typical Brazilian style by three scantily-clad dancers from the Rebelado Showgirls, whose outfits were topped off by towering headdresses.
Sarah Russell, 26, of Midsomer Norton, took part in the carnival with her mum Louise, dad Guy and children Abdullah, seven months, and Samiullah, three.
She said: "It's a community project and I think it's brilliant."