Langley Faces and Places… Nov. 5, 2015

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PHOTO: Festival fun: Langley Immanuel Christian Reformed Church held its free community festival on Sunday at Langley Fundamental Elementary School and church photographer Robin Bouwman captured some of the fun on digital camera.

PHOTO: Eyes see you: Aja Kidd was checking out the big autumn leaves in Aldergrove Regional Park and her grandmother, Annette Matthews, captured the scene.

 

PHOTO: Brits arrive: Drivers of British cars of various makes and models parked at the Fox and Fiddle on the Langley Bypass on Sunday afternoon, after completing the Old English Car Club’s London to Brighton Commemorative Run that started at the east Maple Ridge A&W. Participants travelled through rural Maple Ridge, Mission, and Abbotsford before traversing through Langley en route to their final destination. The annual car rally was profiled in the Oct. 29 Langley Advance [Brits will roll into Langley]. (Troy Landreville/Langley Advance)

PHOTO: Sir James stands tall: Fall colours framed a statue of Sir James Douglas in front of the Fort Langley National Historical Site on Saturday, Oct. 17. Douglas was the first governor of the colony that would become British Columbia, and on Nov. 19, 1858, he proclaimed B.C. a Crown colony in the Fort’s Big House. (Troy Landreville/Langley Advance)

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