Bleary eyed festival goers were in good spirit on the morning of the third day. Down in The Village, the re-enactment of Checkmate, by The Six of One (Prisoner appreciation society), brought back distant memories for those of us who’d watched 1960s TV.
This was followed by Osadia, a colourful duo from Barcelona performing elaborate hair transformations to willing volunteers.
Everyone seemed to have a good time. What's more the festival was so good that it has been declared the Best Small Festival by judges at the NME awards. Da iawn!