Community rallies for fourth Sidmouth Sea Fest

PUBLISHED: 10:33 16 May 2017 | UPDATED: 16:32 18 May 2017

Theo Perry at the controls of the lifeboat with crew member Jim Brewster at the Sidmouth Sea Fest. Ref shs 20-17TI 2875. Picture: Terry Ife

Theo Perry at the controls of the lifeboat with crew member Jim Brewster at the Sidmouth Sea Fest. Ref shs 20-17TI 2875. Picture: Terry Ife

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Hundreds of families joined community groups and clubs for a celebration of all things in, on and from the ocean at Sidmouth Sea Fest on Saturday.

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

The community festival, now in its fourth year, featured a host of activities and entertainment including a sea-themed ‘Cake Off’ competition, fish filleting and cooking demonstrations, storytelling and games.

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

The ticketed evening event featured the premieres of two specially made films, a performance from a choir and saw Sid Vale Productions take to the stage with their smugglers play, Jack Rattenbury of Beer.

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Read more in Friday’s Herald.

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

Sea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah HallSea Fest 2017. Picture: Sarah Hall

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