Date is set for village’s popular feast
The massive village event is set to take place on Saturday June 25 on Gold Hill Common and committee members say it will be another fabulous event.
Organising committee member Michael Day said: “This year’s event looks set to be another fabulous day out for all the family and we expect a large crowd.”
A full day of family entertainment is planned with combat displays from Paladin Medieval Knights, a dog agility show from Four Paws Racing, dances, choirs, a classic car display and parade, a traditional fun fair with a carousel as seen on hit television show Downton Abbey.
It will start at 10am and runs until 5.30pm and there will be lots of refreshment facilities and stalls providing a huge variety of goods and services.
As the Advertiser went to press nearly 80% of stall pitches have been sold so anyone thinking of taking a stall is encouraged to download the form from the website to book.
The event is free to attend although donations will be sought with all profits go to local good causes. Feast of St Peter invite requests from local charities and good causes for any funding requirements they may have. A full colour programme is being produced and will be available in the village from June 13.
The list of sponsors to date are Fairweather Insurance, Chalfont St Peter Parish Church, Gold Hill Baptist Church, Roberts Newby, Tim’s Dairy, Goddard Veterinary Group, Nicholas Moss estate agents and Thorpe House School.
Mr Day added: “We would ask that people do not drive to the event as there is no car parking on site. Car parking is free in the Church Lane car park in the village and a free shuttle bus will run back and forth from there to the site throughout the day. I’d also very much like to thank our stallholders, advertisers and sponsors for their support.”
Visit www.feastofst peter.org.uk for more information, booking stalls and sponsorships.