Tall ships start to arrive for Bristol Harbour Festival

Tall ships taking part in Bristol's annual Harbour Festival have started to arrive in the city.

The Kathleen and May - believed to be the only three-masted schooner of her type left in the world - sailed in from Lundy Island in the Bristol Channel.

The Harbour Festival attracts over 200,000 people and is one of the biggest free events in the UK.

It starts on 30 July and has this year expanded from the harbourside in the city centre out to Castle Park.

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