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Notting Hill Carnival, Europe's biggest street festival

Hundreds of thousands of people take to the streets of west London to join the Notting Hill Carnival.
Hundreds of street vendors are scattered around the west London parade route serving traditional Caribbean food, like jerk chicken and fried plantain.
Jerk chicken at the Notting Hill Carnival
And more than 6,500 police officers were on duty to make sure there's no trouble, following the riots and looting across London earlier in the month.
Met Police officers
More than a million people are thought to have flocked to London to join Europe's biggest street festival - the Notting Hill Carnival.
Performers prepare to take part in the Notting Hill Carnival
People taking part in the parades spend months planning their floats and getting their elaborate costumes ready.
A performer at the Notting Hill Carnival, in London
More than 40,000 volunteers have been involved in making the 2011 Notting Hill Carnival a success.
Performers at the Notting Hill Carnival, in London
Drummers are just some of the thousands of musicians taking part in the two-day event.
Drummers performing at the Notting Hill Carnival, in London
The carnival started in 1966 as a celebration of Caribbean culture and has taken place every August Bank Holiday since.
Performers at the Notting Hill Carnival, in London