You are warmly invited to the 2014 Spaldwick Fete and the Hog Roast, which take place this coming Saturday, 12th July! For the first year, you can view the complete event programme (in PDF format) by clicking on the following link:
Daytime activities start at 11am
We have some great daytime entertainment, including:
12:00 Stageworks (Arena)
12:20 Judo Demonstration by Osprey Judo (School Hall)
1:30 Maypole Dancing (Arena)
1:45 African Drumming (Arena)
2:00 Egyptian Dancing (Arena)
2:15 MAGPAS Awareness Talk (Band Stand)
3:00 Announcement of Scarecrow Winner
4:00 Fete Closes
The craft competition judging takes place between 12 and 1pm. For more information, visit:
Activities at the Fete include: Classic Cars, Motor Bike, Carpet Bowls (School Hall), Tots Bouncy Castle, Giant Bouncy Castle, Go Karts, Football, Wellie Wanging, Stocks, Archery, Bucking Bronco, Splat the Rat, Wheel of Fortune, Face Painting, Tin Can Alley, Tombola, Coconut Shy, Craft Competition, Photos and a colouring-in competition with Yasmin Chopin.
Stalls at the Fete include: Ditsy Kins Upholstery, Simple Turned wood turning, Stamping Up, old games, Paul Kane Art, Wildlife Trust, Sisel Kaffe. Teddy Tombola, Gardening Club, Cat Protection, jewellery, Wine and Water, books/crates and MAGPAS.
There will be:
- a fully-licensed bar (including wine, beer, soft drinks and guest ale from Harts)
- tea, coffee and delicious homemade cakes in the common room
- burgers, sausages and a veggie option from FOSS
- homemade ice cream
- toasted flatbread pizzas.
Evening entertainment starts at 6.30pm
Between 6.30pm and 10pm, we have a live band and hog roast, with a charge of only £2 per person. A licensed bar is available!
Last performing at the 2012 Spaldwick Fete, and back by popular demand, we have All the Right Notes, featuring Spaldwick’s Mark Hunter on drums and Mark Sturdy on bass and, from Coventry, Barrie and Paul on guitars and vocals. The band will play a varied range of music to include Soul, Rock ‘n’ Roll, Funk, Ska and Reggae.