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5th August Tewkesbury Town Band 2:30
Bring Chairs, rugs and donation.
Traidcraft support and work alongside small-scale farmers, workers and artisans to trade their way out of poverty and help them, their families and communities to flourish.
largest independent indoor market in the area, over 35 stall holders who join at some time during the month.
This is run by local people who either produce and make crafts in the area, Being independent we are able to keep our cost reasonable. We have local meat from three local suppliers and free range eggs, Homemade cakes, yummy scotch eggs, savouries and bread , Celino family with ready meals and Italian patisserie, local honey, two local cheese makers, Gluten free and vegan bakery goodies, local apple juice, local seasonal fruit and veg grown in the area, vegetable and fruit stall, homemade jams, chutney, and pickles, local fudge, alcohol fruit mixers, cut flowers, Vegetable plants, Amazing range of herbs for the kitchen, seasonal floral plants, shrubs and trees. crafts include cards from a number of traders, woollen products, wood products, knitted baby clothes, eco friendly candles, bath bombs, hats, cushions, horseshoe gifts, good luck wedding horseshoes, and more still joining. email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Outdoor Cinema Screening- Dirty Dancing! Get ready to have the time of your life in the stunning grounds of the International Centre for Birds of Prey, nestled in the rolling Gloucestershire countryside. A film that really needs no introduction, Dirty Dancing made an instant star of Jennifer Grey and propelled Patrick Swayze into the stratosphere. This classic tale of love, dancing, rebellion and not putting babies in corners will forever be a classic.
Gloucestershire’s LARGEST FREE TO ENTER one-day festival – www.newentonionfayre.net
Newent Onion Fayre is a one day street festival of food, drink, music and merriment which attracts almost 15,000 visitors. At the heart of the festival is the Onion Show which is unique in its status in the UK. The whole town becomes a party during what has become recognised as a celebration of the first day of harvest at the end of the summer.
A concert to mark the homecoming of the troops 100 years after the end of World War 1. Come and support your local community in this mark of respect and celebration.
7 pm Newent Community School