By Harriet Ernstsons Monday 19 August 2013 Updated: 20/08 08:40
HOMEGROWN talent was on offer as the area's best performers took to the stage this weekend at Morton Stanley Festival.
As well as music from across the genres, the two day event hosted by Redditch Borough Council included a community area for families to enjoy.
Around 9,500 people attended the event over the weekend (August 17 and 18) where acts included Redditch Rock Choir, Kerala Community Association and Stakeout as well as Los Chinches and Ezio.
Residents were also able to enjoy Wilson's Fair, CircusMASH trapeze workshops, craft stalls and the family fun zone.
Coun Rebecca Blake said: "Yet another excellent Morton Stanley Festival. I was delighted to see so many local people of all ages enjoying the talent that Redditch has to offer.
"There were so many highlights, the youngsters performing the circus skills were very impressive, especially after just two weeks of workshops and the local bands were terrific.
"I want to thank the officers and volunteers who made the festival a success – and of course everyone who came to support this event."
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