THE Bradford Eid Festival is proving as popular as ever with the community this weekend, with big crowds turning up at Bradford Moor Park to celebrate.

The fun-filled family event includes live nasheeds and Qawwali from the likes of Zeeshan Tariq and Zahir Abbas, a food court, a bazaar, face paints, Mehndi and much more.

There is also the thrilling prospect for visitors of attending Yorkshire's largest fairground.

Volunteers have been turning out in their droves to help out and there has been all sorts of games and stalls on offer.

Police officers and the emergency services have also been making their annual appearance, with their community engagement and presence welcomed by those in attendance.

The event was also free entry for all, so there really was no excuse for not turning up.

Event chairman Mohammed Atique said: "It's a lot nicer today but there was still a good number of people yesterday who turned out for the performances.

"I'm sure anyone we missed because of the rain will be here today.

"On both days, there are local and national acts performing, a full house of 40+ stallholders, and about 30 rides and activities for people to enjoy.

"Yesterday's highlight was probably the Qawwali, with the band playing for most of the day, while we have a full set of live performances on stage today."