Alveston goes all out to entertain revellers
WITH no fewer than two end of summer extravaganzas staged in one day, Alveston is determined to show revellers what the best village in the region is capable of.
Again this year Alveston Forum's Community Show will support the 125th annual Flower & Craft bonanza on Saturday, September 7.
The huge floral display in the Jubilee Hall and youth centre and community show on the Lime Kiln Fields will have a Victorian theme and all visitors are invited to don period costumes for the occasion.
Children and teenagers will get in the swings of the afternoon riding on roundabouts and hopping on fun fair attractions while their parents enjoy a spot of shopping, or a fresh pint of lager and have a bite of a Ploughman's lunch.
Their stamina and team spirit will also be tested in a variety of traditional games including a tug of war and several races.
The whole family will have the chance to feed and handle farm and exotic animals come all the way from Old Down Park and Worcester. Entry is £1 per adult and 50p for children.
Guest of honour David Allen, A former England cricketer, will launch the shows at 2pm.
All funds will go towards Alveston Community Forum's Defibrillator Fund.
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