Image gallery: Knaresborough Feva festival gets underway
Last updated Aug 14, 2021
Yorkshire Life Aquatic are performing on the Market Square all day today.

Knaresborough has been taken over by festival fever this weekend as feva gets underway.

The annual festival showcases artists, musicians and community groups across the town.

This year sees its return after last year’s covid cancellation. It is the 25th anniversary of the event which began yesterday and will continue until next weekend.

Local residents are invited to the town to attend numerous events including art exhibitions, outdoor music contests and multiple workshops.

One of our journalists headed to Knaresborough today to capture the atmosphere. Have you got any pictures of the town dressed up in pink for feva? Send them in to us via [email protected].

Yorkshire Life Aquatic gathered a crowd on the Market Place today

Their comical and musical act went down well in Knaresborough

The team behind the Knaresborough Museum were excited to hold a pop-up ahead of opening the centre next year. (Left to right: Sam Roberts, Clare Joia, Kathy Allday and Suzanne Coulson)

Members of the public were eager to read about the upcoming museum project

The Holy Trinity Church lit up pink for feva. Photograph: Richard Maude

Even Knaresborough’s bollards are getting into the feva spirit

Shirley Vine has been exhibiting her watercolours in the festival for 15 years. You can find her at 8 York Place

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