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WOMAD in Colour - a festival gallery

Those iconic letters spell World Of Music Arts and Dance Credit: ITV News/Wishart
Or Mow - if you're on the other side Credit: ITV News/Wishart
Freddie from Bristol didn't need an umbrella on Sunday.... Credit: ITV News/Wishart
....unless it was as a sun shade Credit: ITV News/Wishart
The field of dreams - Charlton Park near Malmesbury Credit: ITV News/Wishart
The best way to travel around the festival site Credit: ITV News/Wishart
The best way to dress Credit: ITV News/Wishart
Justin Vali and his orchestra from Madagascar attracted the crowds Credit: ITV News/Wishart
Clapping along to those Madagascan beats Credit: ITV News/Wishart
Close up with the Malagascan performers, famous for playing the valiha - a zither made from a bamboo tube Credit: ITV News/Wishart
Big crowds (and flags) for the open-air stage Credit: ITV News/Wishart
Cornish aid charity Shelterbox, who usually travel to disaster zones, came to Wiltshire to tell festival-goers what they do Credit: ITV News/Wishart
Just sitting and soaking up the sounds Credit: ITV News/Wishart
One of many festival selfies - this couple were journalists from Italy Credit: ITV News/Wishart
Staying cool in the sunshine Credit: ITV News/Wishart
Award-winning folk singer Maz O'Connor hails from Cumbria Credit: ITV News/Wishart
The ice cream vans made plenty of business in the sunshine Credit: ITV News/Wishart
The Radiophonics workshop was hugely popular Credit: ITV News/Wishart
More than 100 acts from around the world took part - Fran├žois & the Atlas Mountains are Anglo-French Credit: ITV News/Wishart
All the fun of the festival Credit: ITV News/Wishart