Hundreds of people joined the 145th Gawthorpe Maypole Procession and Feast this weekend. Can you spot anyone you know?

In pictures: Gawthorpe Maypole Procession 2019 brings fancy dress and floats to Wakefield

Hundreds of people joined the 145th Gawthorpe Maypole Procession this weekend - but can you see anyone you know?

The annual procession was led by May Queen Jodi-Leigh Taylor, and is finished with a performance from local Maypole dancers. Duncan Smith, who helped to organise the event, said it was a "wonderful and fantastic" day.

Families from across Ossett and Gawthorpe gathered to watch the procession.

5. Community spirit

Families from across Ossett and Gawthorpe gathered to watch the procession.
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May Queen Jodi-Leigh Taylor, 16, led the procession with her Maids of Honour - Lexi Watson, Leah-Grace Booth, Emily Perry and Lydia Hudson.

6. A Queen is crowned

May Queen Jodi-Leigh Taylor, 16, led the procession with her Maids of Honour - Lexi Watson, Leah-Grace Booth, Emily Perry and Lydia Hudson.
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The procession began in Gawthorpe and passed through Ossett before returning to the village for the Maypole dancers.

7. On the Moove

The procession began in Gawthorpe and passed through Ossett before returning to the village for the Maypole dancers.
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More than 20 lorries joined the parade, as well as a stream of vintage cars, horses and even a tank.

8. Special day

More than 20 lorries joined the parade, as well as a stream of vintage cars, horses and even a tank.
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