Four Bridges Family Festival
Saturday, July 13th
Four Bridges Family Festival on Sat 13th July (12.00 pm– 4.00pm).
The event takes place at Two Halls Park, Rochfords in Coffee Hall. There will be live bands, food stalls, a bouncy castle, face painting and a land train from the Woughton Leisure Centre to Two Halls Park.
The event is expected to attract around 2000 people and in previous years local groups have held stalls to raise money and provide information to Woughton residents. If you are interested in being a stall holder on the day then it would be great to hear to hear from you.
Here’s a link to the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/359640624578559/
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Two Halls Park
Rochfords, Coffee Hall
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