Brighton Gala Day

Miriama Metuatai (20) talks to her nephew Larell Samson (8), both of Corstorphine, on an...
Miriama Metuatai (20) talks to her nephew Larell Samson (8), both of Corstorphine, on an amusement ride.
Bouncing on the vertical bungy at Brighton Gala Day is Peyton Edgar (6), of Mosgiel.
Bouncing on the vertical bungy at Brighton Gala Day is Peyton Edgar (6), of Mosgiel.
Noah Khalifa (5), of Mosgiel, drives a toy boat.
Noah Khalifa (5), of Mosgiel, drives a toy boat.
Playing in a floating cylinder is Ollie Norris (8), of Concord.
Playing in a floating cylinder is Ollie Norris (8), of Concord.
Enjoying a day out are Emma and Michael Brandso and their twin boys Harrison (left) and Cohen ...
Enjoying a day out are Emma and Michael Brandso and their twin boys Harrison (left) and Cohen (both 6), and their German short-haired pointers Trafford (left) and Tikka, all of Waldronville.
 Eating candyfloss at the Brighton Gala Day on Sunday are brothers Hector (left, 3) and Ledger (1...
Eating candyfloss at the Brighton Gala Day on Sunday are brothers Hector (left, 3) and Ledger (1) Taylor, both of Waverley.

The sun shone as thousands of people attended the 25th Anniversary Brighton Gala Day.

Reporter Shawn McAvinue was at Brighton Domain to catch the action.

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