Free event will offer fun for all in country park
Enjoy the food and music festival
PEOPLE will get the chance to enjoy a day of music and food when a festival is held at the weekend.
The annual Colne Valley Food and Music Festival is set to go ahead on Sunday, September 28 at the Colne Valley Regional Park in Denham.
There will be a variety of acts through the day, including Chris Tymkow, Lama Canyon and the Stiles, who will play a mixture of acoustic folk music, rock and roll and hits from the 1950s up to the present day.
For the children there will be apple pressing, face painting, brick making, duck racing and a chance to take part in river dipping in the River Misbourne.
also be demonstrations of beekeeping, craft displays and a beer tent, and people will have the opportunity to explore the park for themselves during the day.
Colne Valley visitor and events manager Sarah Hodgett said: “It’s the perfect opportunity to spend the day in your local country park, eat great food and enjoy listening to live music with a beer in hand from local bands and artists living in and around the Colne Valley Regional Park.”
She added: “It’s a great family event that’s free to enter for the day and an inspiring way to explore and learn about the Colne Valley Park.”
The event is the second major event of the year at the Colne Valley Regional Park following the Colne Valley Festival which took place in July.
It is expected to attract hundreds of people throughout the day, and will run from 11am until 4pm.
There is no charge to enter the event, but parking is £2.50 for the day in nearby Priory Meadow, which will be signposted from the main park.
To find out more about the event, go to www. colnevalleypark.org.uk.
VEG OUT: Tony Wingrove from Wingrove Farm Shop, Iver, at last year’s festival