It’s the 30th anniversary of Tram Sunday this year – the huge, free local event otherwise known as Fleetwood Festival of Transport.
Vintage and classic vehicles of all shapes and sizes, side stalls, fairground rides, music and entertainment for all the family in a fabulous free day out.
Including the second year of the Spare Parts Arts Festival – street theatre, arts and the Spare Parts Parade return to Tram Sunday after a fabulous first year in 2014.
Street theatre throughout the day including Granny Turismo, below, performing opposite St Peter’s Church. Watch the video!
Rimski’s Cycling Piano, below, whimsically tickled the ivories while navigating the streets of Fleetwood, coming to stop with a ring of the bell!
Tram Sunday started in 1985 to mark the Centenary of Blackpool Tramway. The year after was the 150th anniversary of Fleetwood, so what was intended to be a one-off event became an annual tradition – and the rest is history.
The Spare Parts Arts Parade entertained the crowds, as it wove its way from Memorial Park, along Lord Street and North Albert Street, heading for the Mount and Marine Gardens.
The Fleetwood Festival of Transport Community Interest Company are the organisers of this great event – along with LeftCoast who have organised and supported the creative elements and street theatre.
Lots more photos and video:
Visit Fleetwood Facebook page in the Tram Sunday 2015 album