eNTERTAINMENT & ATTRACTIONS
28th – 30th September 2018
Located at various locations around the town will be a selection of Swing and Sing a Long entertainers including – Joules Noble (Harmony Bell), The Blue Bird Bells, Johnny Victory, John Hughes – the Singing Farmer, Moonlight Serenade, George Formby Experience, Kitten Von Mew
Also the following choirs / vocal groups – Castle Belles, Nostalgia, Land Girls Choir.
Some of the acts appearing this weekend
Parade through town Saturday 29th September at Midday. Reenactors to assemble at Cafe Inglenook in Union Street at 11.45am
The Bluebird Belles are a professional 1940s & Vintage vocal harmony trio from the West Midlands, England. Inspired by The Andrews Sisters and specialising in retro sounds from the 1920s right up to the present day, this glamorous, authentic girl group cater to your specific needs, bringing vintage glamour to your wedding, event or private party. The girls perform nationwide, including Birmingham, London, Manchester and beyond, and will perform internationally.
Appearing Sunday 1st October,
Hall Street Stage between 12 noon and 5.30pm
SPITFIRE & HURRICANE
As part of our support for RAF100 this year we are pleased to have two iconic WW2 planes for you to have a look at and sit inside the cockpits. Also on display will be a Battle of Britain Exhibition trailer. This will be sited on the small carpark behind the Town Hall on Sunday 30th September only.
Always a popular attraction wherever they go, with their displays of Bevin Boys, Nursery, Household Goods, Home Guard, wedding dresses made from parachute silk, and much more.
Can be found in the Corn Exchange (Ground Floor of Town Hall). Other displays can also be found alongside stalls and a Vintage Hairdresser on first floor of Town Hall.
GREAT WAR TRENCH EXPERIENCE
This above-ground trench evokes the sights and sounds of life on the Western Front. Part of the educational team is experienced re-enactor/educator, who helps bring the trench to life for visitors and students alike with story-telling and drills.
Enter the trench and look in on the Officers’ Dugout, where the commanders are discussing strategies over a glass of the local tipple! Creep along the trench or hop-up and look over the top – but don’t disturb the sleeping soldier hidden away in his bunk. Sunday 30th September only on the carpark behind Town Hall.