It’s not all cakes, teas, eats and tipples at the Community Picnic on Saturday 4th June, though there’s plenty of all that good stuff of course.
Next Saturday there’s also loads of stuff for kids to enjoy too.
Alongside face-painting and crown decorating, one of the village Fire Engines and Police cars will be on-site for children to clamber on; they can enjoy a bouncy castle and a steam-driven traction engine.
And the Pop-Up Play Village will be making an appearance at the Rec too.
The Village is free to explore and offers a host of role play settings for youngsters aged 0-8yrs old. They can don a hard hat and act out life on a construction site, or play running a cafe, hospital or veterinary centre; or try life as an outdoor explorer or artist.
TIPPLES & TREATS
At the community picnic being held to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee you are invited to – drum roll, please! – a picnic. But if you’d prefer, there are tea and cakes from the W.I, and eats served up by Bear & Eden and the award-winning Brohmon. There are ice-creams to cool sun-parched palates (if the Met office forecast are to be believed we are predicted a scorcher!), and a bar run by the folk of the Cork House will be on site.
The Queen may have Brian May and Diana Ross to help celebrate her Platinum Jubilee, but we have bagged an array of local talent for our Community Picnic. We have a live jazz band, Jay Williams, Shakila K and Delusions of Grandeur all set to take to the stage to entertain you.
Community Picnic: June 4 – 2-7pm. Recreation Ground (Chapel Hill). Kids’ activities and entertainment, live Music, eats, cakes, ice-creams & beverages (or bring your own picnic)