Notting Hill Carnival


The Notting Hill Carnival has been taking place in London, on the last weekend in August, for the past thirty seven years. The arrival of Trinidadians in Great Britain, remembering their great Carnivals back home, provided the spark which ignited Notting Hill Carnival. From a small procession through the streets with just a few people in costume and carrying steel drums in the 1960s, has evolved a huge multi-cultural arts festival, attended by up to two million people.
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www.mynottinghill.co.uk

26 - 27 August 2001

Carnival sign post

Notting Hill Carnival Sign Post

Selling lots of beads
and whistles

Selling Carnival Beads



Early Morning Crowds



Carnival Army Man




Little Girl Big Wings


face paint

Blue Face Paint


Brasilian dancer

Brasilian Dancer



Brasilian Parade



Carnival Crowds

Oi! Hand it over...

Dad, Boy 'n Beer



Dancer Closeup



Carnival Crowd Curbside



Dancer Guys



Dancer Thumbs Up


Father Time

Father Time




Dancer Flag Waving



Dancer Green Feathers



Dancer w/G-String



Light Blue Dancer



Girls 'n Orange



Woman Playing Bell

DJ / party posters

DJ / Club Posters


press photographer

Press Photographer




Purple Girl



Rasta Man



Dancer 'n Red & Blue



Dancer w/Red Feathers



Skeleton Costume



Crowded Streets



Star Man



Little Girl


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