Try to spot yourself at St Albans’ Meraki Festival 2017

PUBLISHED: 16:57 14 August 2017 | UPDATED: 16:57 14 August 2017

Meraki Festival 2017 - Jason Donovan, photo by Tracey Acton.

Meraki Festival 2017 - Jason Donovan, photo by Tracey Acton.


Crowds congregated in the sunny weather just outside Redbourn for St Albans’ inaugural Meraki Festival last weekend.

The Herts Ad team has photographed the family friendly activities, local music acts, and refreshment stalls at the event to give our readers a taste of the festival fun.

And for people who enjoyed Meraki first hand - can you spot yourself?

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I had been wondering if she would be there. I had encountered what looked like the remains of her feasting along the path. The telltale circle of piled feathers that indicated a pigeon devoured, plucked breast up, the carcass taken for final pickings by its captor.

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