Running Order for Bank Holiday Monday, 26th August, 2019.

The photo gallery is beneath this poster.

GALLERY


© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nigel Teather

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

Rich Clifford and the Young Once – here is Julian ‘Rich Clifford’ May belting out Summer Holiday. © 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Frances Franklin

 

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

The Prisoners… © 2019 Nick Skeens

What goes up… © 2019 Nick Skeens

Fair enough © 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nick Skeens

 

© 2019 Nick Skeens

Artist Sue Spiers begins work on her Quay Day watercolour. © 2019 Nick Skeens

Yup. Looking good… © 2019 Nick Skeens

Livvy English tearing the souls out of each passer-by, and thereby contributing to the day’s pirate theme… © 2019 Nick Skeens

Legacy. © 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens
© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Frances Franklin

People rounding Prior’s Dock. © 2019 Nick Skeens


© 2019 Nick Skeens

Blimey. © 2019 Frances Franklin


© 2019 Frances Franklin

You can just make out some hands in the mouth of the shark, one clutching a pirate sword. © 2019 Frances Franklin

 

Prior’s remembering when Britain rules the waves… © 2019 Frances Franklin

The union flag displayed the wrong way round or upside down is usually a sign of distress… I guess it’s down to where you are looking from… © 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nigel Teather

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nigel Teather

© 2019 Frances Franklin

A gang of pirates amazed by 21st century horsepower… © 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

Don’t you hate it when that happens, and there’s a photographer behind you… © 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

Cycling on the quay proved impossible today. © 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nigel Teather

Councillor Fiona Clegg, centre, Quay Day’s impresario. © 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nigel Teather

A gorgeous launch named Trivial Pursuit. © 2019 Nigel Teather

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

Royal Burnham One Designs racing through the town as part of Quay Day and Burnham Week. © 2019 Frances Franklin

Like a scene from Swallows and Amazons – this could be Nancy and Peggy Blackett in a Burnham Scow. © 2019 Nigel Teather

© 2019 Nigel Teather

© 2019 Nigel Teather

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nigel Teather

A tight finish in a rowing race © 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nigel Teather

© 2019 Nigel Teather

A victorious youth team © 2019 Mandy Richardson

Sofia Richardson, Alfie Chase, George Parker and Lara Richardson. Cox Kay Tavinor is holding the trophy.© 2019 Mandy Richardson

And more mature victors… © 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nigel Teather

The Anchor has reintroduced medieval punishments for anti-social behaviour… © 2019 Frances Franklin

cheer up old bean, it’s a lovely day! © 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nick Skeens

Crabbing to the music on the Town Pontoon © 2019 Frances Franklin

Captain Jack Sparrow arriving at the Town Pontoon, courtesy of the Crouch Harbour Authority © 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nick Skeens

Mayor Wendy and the pirate Captain © 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

Photographer, artist and Marine Biologist Frances Franklin, Captain Jack and her Marine Biologist husband, Andrew Franklin © 2019 friend of Frances Franklin…

© 2019 Nigel Teather

Angela Gardner and Jon ‘Greavsie’ playing unplugged at the Anchor

© 2019 Nick Skeens

The Nieuport 17 was a French fighter that fought during World War I. The lower wing is less than half the area of the upper wing, making it a sequiplane rather than a full biplane, where the wings are of similar size. It flew here for Quay Day from Stow Maries Aerodrome. © 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

Livvy English, having moved eastwards by popular demand © 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

Dan Mells, Nick Skeens and Baillierae Sedgwick entertaining the drinkers at the Star © 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

Piratical Darren singing his guts out, terrifying the natives. © 2019 Nick Skeens

 

Lovely old steam tug at Prior’s Pontoon. © 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Nigel Teather

It was hot, but was it that hot? I suppose once you’ve jumped off the pontoon, this might appear, at first glance, the easiest way to get back out… © 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

Mobility Scooter in a VW Combo – just the ticket for journeys along the Quay. © 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

You put your right foot in… © 2019 Frances Franklin

and shake it all about © 2019 Frances Franklin

 

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

© 2019 Frances Franklin

OL© 2019 Frances Franklin

And festivities continued into the night… © 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Nick Skeens

© 2019 Frances Franklin