Revellers from all over West Sussex and beyond enjoyed the seventh Apulstock music festival on Sunday.
There were a total of 14 performances throughout the day and Steve Masters, stage manager, said: “I think musically this has been the best year yet.
“We’ve had more performances from people with disabilities than any other year, and they’ve all been incredible.”
One of the highlights was Daniel Wakeford, star of Channel 4’s The Undateables, who had the audience in fits of laughter as he complained about the crew playing the wrong backing tracks.
Unfortunately, the festival didn’t remain sunny all day, and there were a few showers for guests to contend with, taking shelter occasionally in the Fishbourne Centre.
Things brightened up again as the day went on and by the end the sunshine was bursting through the clouds above the stage.
The organisers have thanked the Fishbourne Centre for hosting, Thunder Audio, all the volunteers and everyone who attended.
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