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As the New Wine 2018 draws to an end in Somerset this weekend, Premier's Alex Williams has been looking through some of the event's defining images. Click here for features and interviews from New Wine 2018.
Meet 'Blunderwoman', 'Splatman' and the gang
Leaders pose in costume for a picture during a brie pause at the Ground Breakers venue - catering to children aged five, six and seven.
A sea of tents
Approximately 22,000 people came to New Wine 2018, with many choosing to stay on-site overnight in tents and caravans.
The main Arena venue appears to be almost entirely full during a sermon delivered by American preacher Darren Rouanzoin.
Smaller morning and evening celebration events were also held at the Impact and Hungry venues.
The map (essential)
In a repeat of previous years, accommodation areas were colour-coded to help guests locate their tent and caravan pitches.
'Tell me why you believe'
Ed Atkinson, an agnostic from Henley-on-Thames, walks around the Royal Bath & West Showground asking Christians to tell him about their faith. He is among a number of non-Christians who attend New Wine in support of a Christian spouse or partner each year.
Temporary marquees were the setting for many of the seminars and other activities which were held every afternoon - except during one rest day each week.
The main thoroughfare
Most of the venues, the market place, the food court and other attractions were located close to a central road which connected accommodation areas in the north and south of the site with the middle.
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