THOUSANDS TUNE IN IN COLNE VALLEY
AROUND 2,000 people enjoyed the music and sunshine at the Colne Valley Music Festival at Denham Country Park on Sunday.
Local bands such as Ask you Mum, The Stiles, Pig Earth, and Firehorse, played to an enthusiastic audience seated on straw bales in the park.
Denham Against HS2 set up a game where people threw bags of money into a white elephant, and Dirty Mavis sang a number of protest songs.
It attracted local exhibitors such as the Buckinghamshire Golf Club, and there was also water saving advice from Affinity Water, and local bee keepers and the RSPB were also there.
Red Squirrel Brewing which has a store in Chesham supplied the beers and people also enjoyed the freshly made pizzas from a mobile pizza oven. For the children there were fairground attractions and crafts arranged by Iver Environment Centre, along with river dipping and the popular duck race.
Stewart Pomeroy from Groundwork South, the managing agents for The Colne Valley Park, said: “It was great to see everyone enjoying an afternoon of entertainment in the sunshine.”
OUT TO PLAY: Pig Earth entertain the crowds