Dazzling dancers light up Primrose Hill Summer Fair
Samba stars head to Chalcot Square
15 June, 2018 — By Steve Barnett
The London Dance and Cheer Academy put on a daring cheerleader display at the Primrose Hill Summer Fair
NOTHING quite says summer like the sight of an exotic samba band parading through Chalcot Square in dazzling costumes. Dancers and drummers from the Paraiso School of Samba have become a crowd-favourite at the Primrose Hill Summer Fair, which returned on Saturday for the 41st year.
Maureen Betts, of Primrose Hill Community Association, and mayor Jenny Headlam-Wells
From left: Astrid Binkle-Newby, Emma Wilson and Jennifer Silverton, of Ready Steady Go Nursery
Chloe Harbour and Anat Simpson
Revellers included new Camden mayor Jenny Headlam-Wells, her consort Joy Johnson and councillor Richard Cotton. Organised by the Primrose Hill Community Association, the action-packed family fun day also included a hat competition, amusement rides, stalls, a BBQ, live music, and plenty of delicious cakes courtesy of Ready Steady Go Nursery.