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PHOTO GALLERY: Sunday afternoon at Latitude

17:01 15 July 2012

Picture by Daniel Chesterton/Stella Pictures. 
15/07/12
A festival goer enjoys the show at Latitude, a music and arts festival in Suffolk.

Picture by Daniel Chesterton/Stella Pictures. 15/07/12 A festival goer enjoys the show at Latitude, a music and arts festival in Suffolk.

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Our friends at Stella Pictures have been busy snapping away this afternoon as festival goers have been treated to much nicer weather.

Latitude Festival, at Henham Park, near Southwold, has enjoyed a day of sunshine and clouds, while acts including Rich Hall and Alabama Shakes have performed.

About 34,000 people are at the festival today, with Paul Weller due to close proceedings with a headline set from 9.30pm.

Keep following the EDP online for more updates.

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