Best of British on show at weekend
Are you partial to a spot of tea or maybe you enjoy the occasional wee dram?
Then head to the aptlynamed Queens Wharf for a right royal knees up this Queen’s Birthday Weekend.
The best bits the British Isles have to offer will go on show.
The free three-day event aims to celebrate everything English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish.
Attractions include everything from food to sports, history and culture – and they will cater for everyone.
The wharf will be spruced up to look like the Brighton seaside with its bright lights and fun rides for kids of all ages.
You can pull up a chair at a Mad Hatter Tea Party, watch a performance by a troupe of maypole dancers from Meadowbank School or take a look at classic Minis, Daimlers and other vintage cars.
The Cloud will also play movies including Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Wallace and Gromit.
The event runs from 10am till 4pm on May 31 to June 2.
British showcase: Meadowbank School’s Maypole Dancers will perform during the free Queen’s Birthday Weekend event at Queens Wharf.
Good show: Get along to Queens Wharf for a royal knees up this Queen’s Birthday Weekend.
Go to centralleader.co.nz and click on Latest Edition to watch highlights from last year’s event.
Entry is free. Go to queenswharf.co.nz for a full programme of events or for more information.