Giant wooden wheels rolling down the street, a celebration of gay pride and walking under red balloons were all part of the second day of Lancashire Encounter.Advertisement
Preston’s celebration of the arts is in venues across the city centre.
The red canopies have returned and they housed performances in places like Cannon Street, as Billy Matthews shows with these pictures.
Shoppers were startled during Saturday lunchtime as the Wheel House rolled on by.
Two men performed comedy and acrobatics while it made its way around the city.
The annual Preston Pride event provided a splash of colour to the Flag Market, including a very unusual tennis match.
Exploring under the red rose art installation down Surgeon’s Court has been popular, as you can stroll under the balloons.
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A host of different events took place in the city for the Encounter, which continues throughout Sunday.
Saturday night is to see a procession of light throughout the city centre.
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