Here is our selection of the best pictures from Creamfields 2014

A mature raver enjoying proceedings at Creamfields

A mature raver enjoying proceedings at Creamfields

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WITH more than 60,000 people attending Creamfields this year in Daresbury, there were quite a few Kodak moments.

This is our pick of the 10 best pictures from the bank holiday weekend festival.

Let us know what you think below, or send your snaps to @warringtonnews on Twitter.

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An aerial shot of the Creamfields site in Daresbury, taken from a police helicopter by National Police Air Service Barton. 

 

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Fancy a swing? 

 

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Commitment from a Deadmau5 fan

 

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Warrington Guardian photographer Ian Park said this was meant to be blurry. We believe him.

 

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This girl was one of many feeling the music

 

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Na na na na na na na na na na na na na, er, Creeeeeaaaaammmfffiiieeellldds.

 

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Another police helicopter shot. Cool job.

 

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The real Deadmau5

 

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Vamos!

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6:16pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Jeanie Uns says...

Great pics of this year's Creamfields. As a local resident, I congratulate those in charge. No problem noise, no issues. Only heard the music (which was fab and I danced to in my garden) on Sunday night. Only very SLIGHT problem was traffic congestion on the Monday morning with people leaving the site. Once a year I can tolerate. Great Festival. Hope it continues. Great job of Policing. Well done to all concerned. Look forward to next year's event. Jean Unsworth, Moore Village.
Great pics of this year's Creamfields. As a local resident, I congratulate those in charge. No problem noise, no issues. Only heard the music (which was fab and I danced to in my garden) on Sunday night. Only very SLIGHT problem was traffic congestion on the Monday morning with people leaving the site. Once a year I can tolerate. Great Festival. Hope it continues. Great job of Policing. Well done to all concerned. Look forward to next year's event. Jean Unsworth, Moore Village. Jeanie Uns
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7:27pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Quecumber says...

Couldn't agree more, Jean. Here in Walton we only heard the music on Sunday night and had a little boogie in the garden too. Out walking that afternoon we saw the local kids in their wellies heading that way and they looked thoroughly delighted. The funfair looked great from the top of Hill Cliffe too. Well done to the events organiser and the police for joining in the spirit of the festival and good luck in future years.
Couldn't agree more, Jean. Here in Walton we only heard the music on Sunday night and had a little boogie in the garden too. Out walking that afternoon we saw the local kids in their wellies heading that way and they looked thoroughly delighted. The funfair looked great from the top of Hill Cliffe too. Well done to the events organiser and the police for joining in the spirit of the festival and good luck in future years. Quecumber
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