Fun in the park

By Laura Payne Thursday 27 September 2012 Updated: 03/10 10:09

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THERE was plenty to keep the crowds entertained at Solihull's Fun in the Park on Saturday.

As our photos show, people enjoyed numerous activities at the event which was held for the seventh year.

From fairground rides and face painting to a classic car display and music acts, there was something for everyone.

Money raised from the event will be split between the Marie Curie Big Build Appeal, Newlands Bishop Farm and Make a Better Life Trust (Solihull).

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Buy photos» CLOCKWISE from top left - An old Chevy draws attention from the crowds. Picture by Jon Mullis 39.012.023.sol.jm1 (www.buyphotos247.com)

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Buy photos» Having a go on the tombola. 39.012.023.sol.jm10

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Buy photos» Marisa Veloso and her Beagle Tara. 39.012.023.sol.jm15

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Buy photos» Mark Pavlovs having fun on the rides. 39.012.023.sol.jm12

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Buy photos» Solihull mayor Ken Hawkins with firefighters Matt Codd, Paul Green, who is the longest serving firefighter at Solihull station, and watch commander Lee Moran. 39.012.023.sol.jm8

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Buy photos» Musical entertainment was provided on the stage. 39.012.023.sol.jm7

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Buy photos» Samantha with daughter Trinity. 39.012.023.sol.jm6

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Buy photos» Ben with son Oliver try their hand at archery. 39.012.023.sol.jm4

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