RNLI hosts second successful Teddington River Festival since its return

Interesting: An array of activities were on offer

River fun: Enjoyment on and by the water

Scorcher: People took advantage of the weather

Crowds: The sun brought people out in droves

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Teddington River Festival followed up its triumphant return last year with another fun-filled event on Sunday.

Last year, the festival returned after a six-year absence and thousands enjoyed the water and riverbank-based activities at Teddington Lock this time around too.

Among the attractions were fairground rides, an inflatable assault course, an indoor rowing competition and the opportunity to dress up in a lifeboat kit.

Held on the site on Teddington RNLI, visitors could also visit the lifeboat station and climb aboard a lifeboat.

There was live music throughout the day and an after-party at riverside pub the Anglers, featuring the Ukaye Ukes and the Doors Alive.

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