The sun is out for St Paul's carnival and celebrations are in full swing.
More than 1000 people have been taking part in the masquerade around Portland Square.
It's a chance for local schoolchildren and community groups to show off their finest dance moves and costumes. Primary schools around the city have been rehearing for months.
Food stalls BBQ's are sizzling with Caribbean favourites such as jerk chicken, pork, and rice and peas. Today the celebrations will end at midnight instead of 2am, to save the organisers money.
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