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Popular Lions Club Family Fun Day returns




Stamford Festival 2014 Lions Fun Day on the Recreation Ground. Pictured are Lions organisers Jane McKee, David Palmer and Gill Clarke. EMN-140622-180738009
Stamford Festival 2014 Lions Fun Day on the Recreation Ground. Pictured are Lions organisers Jane McKee, David Palmer and Gill Clarke. EMN-140622-180738009

Fun and music are the order of the day for the ever-popular Lions Club Family Fun Day at Stamford Recreation Ground on Sunday (June 26).

The day starts at 6am with the ever-popular car boot sale that will run all day, offering a chance for booters to sell their unwanted items.

Just turn up on the day - £7 per car - of if you’ve not got anything to sell , go along and pick up a bargain.

There will also be the usual family fun at the event - a highlight of Stamford Festival - including children’s fun fair, games, craft and charity stalls. There will also be a hog roast, barbecue and beer tent.

Making a welcome return are Viking reenactment group Woden’s Hearth who will be both entertaining and informative.

New this year is Busker’s Corner, with New College Stamford, its students and local bands and entertainers keen to be involved.

Busker’s Corner will allow local bands or solo artists to have the stage for 15 minutes and entertain the public. Slots can be pre-booked and are absolutely free, but will be controlled so that the entertainment remains family-friendly.

The musical group Beats Working will contribute two sessions, and a group of African drummers will perform.

Other acts include Soapbox Paradox, Voodoo Vali, Fake Swans and Sacred Nations.



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