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Gallery: Olympic legacy celebrated at family-friendly fun day in Ilford

09:58 21 July 2014

Jain Mehta-King, five, playing on a bouncy castle

Jain Mehta-King, five, playing on a bouncy castle

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Residents made the most of the sunshine by attending a sports-themed outdoors event.

Children and adults alike enjoyed The Olympic Legacy - Track ‘n’ Stage Arena Day on Saturday, which saw them take part in a range of sporting activities.

A number of groups staged performances during the day, held at the Cricklefield Stadium, in Cricklefield Place, Ilford, including the Redbridge Asian Mandal and an Abba tribute band.

There were also bouncy castles for the youngsters, food and drink stalls and a bar.

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