Sidmouth Town Community Festival
On Saturday 22nd August Sidmouth will host its first Community Festival at the Sidford Rugby Pitch from 13:00 until 16:00.
All sorts of fun events have been organised including a bouncy castle, tugo-war, a cake baking competition and information on dog micro-chipping.
Devon and Somerset fire services will be amongst many community services represented and of course SidEnergy will be there as well.
We hope to see you there too.
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Here's the poster:
Here's more info from the Science Festival site:
Sidmouth Community Festival
Lots of fun for the whole family -
- kids' tag rugby
- inflatable obstacle course
- zumba from JM Dancefit
- games, stalls circus skills and craft making
- BBQ and refreshments from Sidmouth Rugby Club
- Honiton Ukulele Band
- Sidmouth Town Band
- Science Festival
For poster click here.
Sidmouth Science Festival - Sidmouth CommunityFestival
With more info from the Town Band:
STB - Engagements
And from the District Council:
Come and support your local community!The Rugby World Cup will be the central theme for this year’s Sidmouth and Sidford Community Festival which is being held on Saturday August 22 at Sidford Football pitches.
Organised by East Devon District Council’s housing team, the event – from 1pm to 4pm – is free and will include plenty of activities all centred around the exciting world cup event which begins in September.
With sideshows, games and stalls, many of the town’s local community groups will be providing the entertainment including Sidmouth Town Band, Honiton Ukulele Band and JM DanceFit and much, much more.
For the children, there will be bouncy castles, tag rugby, beat the goalie, circus skills and craft making.
Sidmouth Rugby Football Club will be providing a BBQ with refreshments.
Councillor Stuart Hughes, Chairman of East Devon District Council, said the event promises to be a great day for all the family. He said:
We have a growing number of community organisations in Sidmouth and Sidford and this is a great opportunity for people to come along and find out all about them while having some fun too.