Bouncing back after the Toddbrook crisis, Whaley Bridge is bustling again- in pictures

Just over a month since Whaley Bridge came under threat in the Toddbrook crisis, the town is already bouncing back.

Sunday, 8th September 2019, 4:02 pm
Updated Sunday, 8th September 2019, 5:02 pm
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This weekend saw a thriving FAB market arrive in town for the first time since the town was evacuated, along with a fundraiser at the White Hart Pub to raise money for baby loss charities along with emergency services that battled to save Whaley during the emergency.

Stockport Ukulele Players entertain the visitors to the FAB market. Photos by Jason Chadwick.
Stalls in the canal basin.

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New Mills musician Running in Reykjavik performed in town oon Saturday and his new CD will include a track inspired by the recent emergency at Whaley Bridge.
Sarah Mellor and White Hart landlady Tracey Anderson welocome the Mayor and Mayoress to the fundraiser.
Shoppers in the canal basin.
Band South of Summer performed during the fundraiser.
Sarah Mellor and her family with members of the Whaley Bridge fire crew.
Fire officer Josh Charlesworth shows Mayor Ed Kelly some of their equipment.
Vegetable judge Bryan Price and steward Jeana Slater at the Whaley Show.
Joe Ledgar with one of his entries in the children's classes.