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The fun fair returns to Queen's Park this May Bank Holiday Weekend. There will also be delicious hot and cold refreshments available from doughnuts to. The fair will take place on May 5 at Cambridge Guildhall from 10.30am until 4.30pm. The event features a mixture of vintage, handmade, reworked. All the fun of the fair is on offer on theme park holidays. Mixing the eccentricity of traditional Victorian attractions with the modernity and sleek thrill.
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Funtopia at Northwich

The BIG day out for little kids is coming back to Northwich! Our fun-filled festival is packed with Bouncy Castles, Obstacle Courses, Inflatable Slide, Bungee Run, Human Wrecking Ball, Kids Construction Zone, Kids Role-Play Hairdressers, Inflata-Bull, Nerf Wars, Driving School, Circus Skills, Sumo Suits, Giant Games…

Verdin Park, Northwich

Sat 13 May 2023

£2.50–£10 The BIG day out for little kids is coming back to Northwich! Our fun-filled festival is packed with Bouncy Castles, Obstacle Courses… / 07926055523

Sat 22 Jul 2023

£2.50–£10 The BIG day out for little kids is coming back to Northwich! Our fun-filled festival is packed with Bouncy Castles, Obstacle Courses… / 07926055523

Sat 2 Sep 2023

£2.50–£10 The BIG day out for little kids is coming back to Northwich! Our fun-filled festival is packed with Bouncy Castles, Obstacle Courses… / 07926055523

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Returning for the sixth successive year at Roundhay Park opening on Soldiers Field alongside the skate park is the annual Bank Holiday Fun Fair with organisers promising a host of spectacular family rides and attractions. This year see’s the event returning for two weekends opening from Friday 23rd May through until Sunday 1st of June and once again to attract the public, organisers Scott Pullen & Son Funfairs have held the price of children’s rides once again at 99p (except Bungee Trampolines a
Admission £1 Children under a metre free. All children's rides except Tiger Inflatable and Bungee Trampolines are 99p while all large rides are £1.50
Soldiers Field near the Skate Park, Roundhay Park, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS8 1DF
Fri 23 May 2014 to Sun 1 Jun 2014
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What's On in Buckinghamshire

Find forthcoming events in Buckinghamshire today and this weekend with our easy to use interactive calendar. Whether you're visiting Buckinghamshire or local to the county, be inspired by our selection of entertaining events near you. 

What's on in Buckinghamshire this weekend?

To find out what's on in Buckinghamshire today or this weekend, use the search box above to narrow down your required date. Families on a budget can look out for a generous helping of free events taking place while there are plenty of fun activities for kids to do whether it's during the holidays or a weekend break.

Don't discount the National Trust as a place to visit for family fun events, particularly during school holidays. The magnificent chateau of Waddesdon Manor near Aylesbury have plenty of events for children with seasonal highlights including Easter, Christmas and Halloween events.

Pop along anytime for the whole year to Bekonscot Model Village, Beaconsfield, and experience all of the family fun events on offer throughout the year by purchasing their annual pass. 

Other major events in Buckinghamshire include the Wycombe Arts Festival (May), Marlow Regatta & Festival (June), Buckingham Literary Festival (July), Chiltern Steam Rally (July) and the Buckinghamshire County Show (August).

Staying overnight?

If you're travelling from outside the area for an event in Buckinghamshire, there are numerous hotels and other accommodation options to suit your needs.

>>> Search & Book Buckinghamshire Accommodation

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The guide below shows our calendar of events in Buckinghamshire. Whether you're local or visiting the area, find what's happening near you by clicking the Map View button.

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11 things to do and places to visit in Hertfordshire this August Bank Holiday weekend

The 2021 August Bank Holiday is fast approaching and most people will be looking for something to do over the extended weekend.

There's a host of events and activities taking place across Hertfordshire over the holiday weekend – from Friday, August 27 through to Bank Holiday Monday, August 30.

There's open-air cinema, various music festivals, food and beer festivals, classic cars, and after-hours events at tourist attractions.

Hatfield House seen from the Old Palace Garden.- Credit: Josh Carter

So if you are looking for somewhere to go, things to do and events/festivals to attend this weekend, here's 11 suggestions in Hertfordshire for the forthcoming 2021 August Bank Holiday.

1. Benington Chilli Festival

Chillies at Benington Chilli Festival.- Credit: Archant

The red-hot Benington Chilli Festival is back this year.

You can worship the pepper at Benington Lordship Gardens, east of Stevenage, on Saturday, August 28, Sunday, August 29, and Bank Holiday Monday, August 30, from 10am to 5pm daily.

You will be able to buy chilli plants, products and sample foods from around the world on stalls set up throughout the garden.

There will be chilli plants to buy and take home, so you can grow your own.

A chilli eating contest at a previous Benington Chilli Festival.- Credit: Archant

And for the real hardcore enthusiast, there's the world famous chilli eating competition. 

For more on Benington Lordship, visit beningtonlordship.co.uk

2. Goatfest

Kids in America singer Kim Wilde will appear at Goatfest in Codicote.- Credit: Supplied by Hush PR

Music festival Goatfest is another event back this year after the pandemic forced 2020's show to be cancelled.

Goatfest will be taking place in Bury Lane, Codicote, from Friday, August 27 to Sunday, August 29, 2021.

Among those appearing at the festival are Sons of Pitches and Kids in America singer Kim Wilde.

From The Specials - Neville Staple will be appearing at Goatfest in Codicote.- Credit: Supplied by James H Soars Media Services.

'From The Specials' featuring the legendary Dr Neville Staple will also be appearing.

The Goatfest line-up over the weekend is also scheduled to include the likes of The Showhawk Duo, London Rock Collective, Alex Francis, Roadrunner, Indi and The Vegas, Swanvesta Social Club, Mice with Glasses, Roxy Searle, Andrea Wilde, Lizzy Hardingham and Codicote Community Choir among others.

For latest Goatfest news and to buy tickets, visit www.goatfestuk.com

3. Knebworth Classic Motor Show

The Classic Motor Show returns to Knebworth House over the August Bank Holiday weekend- Credit: Knebworth House

Take a drive to Knebworth House, Park and Gardens for the 2021 Classic Motor Show.

Classic cars and more will take over the Hertfordshire estate on Sunday, August 29 and Monday, August 30. 

There will be a number of static displays to see, as well as a show arena hosting parades.

Knebworth Classic Motor Show.- Credit: Archant

The Classic Motor Show is a great day out for all ages with access to Knebworth Park and Gardens included in the ticket price.

Visit www.knebworthhouse.com for more details.

4. Hertford Castle Open Air Cinema

Hertford Castle will host a day of open-air cinema screenings with the Castle as its backdrop.- Credit: Black Kite Productions

Kick off your August Bank Holiday weekend on Friday, August 27 by enjoying a movie outdoors in historic surroundings.

Open-air cinema screenings will be returning to the grounds of Hertford Castle for a day of movies.

There's two family films scheduled during the daytime and an evening performance.

A movie screening at Hertford Castle.- Credit: © Carl Brightman. Supplied by Hertford Town Council

Families can enjoy Moana at 10am with Hertford Castle as the backdrop, and then The Lion King at 2pm. Tickets are £3 per person.

Jukebox musical Moulin Rouge! starring Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor be the evening entertainment at 7pm, with gates opening an hour earlier. The price is £7 per person.

5. La Fiesta Festival

Get ready to dance your feet off at La Fiesta Festival at the Hertfordshire County Showground on Saturday, August 28.

Revellers at the site in Dunstable Road, Redbourn, St Albans, are promised La Fiesta's biggest show to date under one giant festival test.

The event is set to be headlined by DJ Dimitri From Paris.


6. Summer Evenings in Paradise

African drummers at Summer Evenings in Paradise at Paradise Wildlife Park in Hertfordshire.- Credit: Paradise Wildlife Park

There's still time to enjoy Paradise Wildlife Park after-hours at these special evenings.

Held Fridays and Saturdays until August 28, you will see the popular Hertfordshire zoo's animals in a whole new light.

The park will also be bursting with festivities. African drummers, One Drum, will get the party spirit going with beautifully authentic and fun music.

Stilt walkers at Summer Evenings in Paradise at Paradise Wildlife Park in Hertfordshire.- Credit: Paradise Wildlife Park

Giraffe and zebra stilt walkers will tower over guests in clouds of bubbles from the very talented bubbleologist.

Not to mention the wonderful sounds of live acoustic sets to set the mood for the evening.

You can even capture these magical memories at PWP's Instagram-worthy photo opportunities. Across the park there are neon signs, flower benches and more to make your visit one to remember.

You can enter from 6.30pm to enjoy the evening with the park closing its gates at 9.30pm.

Tickets cannot be purchased at the gate. Visit www.pwpark.com to pre-book.

7. Camel Racing 

Don't get the hump if you miss out on the camel racing at Northaw.

The event returns to the Northaw Point-to-Point Course on Bank Holiday Monday, August 30.

It's £10 in advance for adults and £12 on the gate.

Gates open at 10.30am and the first race is at noon.

Visit www.northawraces.com for more.

8. BOB FSTVL

Previously known as the Back of Beyond Festival, this dance music extravaganza will take place hidden in the Hertfordshire countryside on Saturday, August 28.

Dozens of DJs will take to the various stages dotted around the 2021 festival site at Frogmore Fields, Frogmore Hill.

For more info, and latest ticket availability, visit www.bobfstvl.co.uk

9. Folk Round The Tree

Chris Fox is among the acts set to perform at the Folk Around The Tree festival in Baldock on Sunday, August 29.- Credit: Supplied by Baldock Folk Club

If folk music is more your thing, this all-day festival organised by Baldock Folk Club will be the perfect lazy Bank Holiday Sunday afternoon tonic.

It runs from 1pm at The Orange Tree pub on Sunday, August 29, with proceeds going the local branch of the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

10. Hatfield House

The Queen Elizabeth I Rainbow Portrait at Hatfield House.- Credit: Alan Davies

This weekend is your final opportunity to look around historic Hatfield House this year, outside of exclusive tours.

The Hertfordshire stately home estate will be open to the public throughout the August Bank Holiday weekend, including August Bank Holiday Monday, August 30.

So if you wish to follow in the footsteps of the Bridgertons or Olivia Colman in The Favourite, don’t miss out and book your tickets for the last chance to visit Hatfield House before its seasonal closure on Tuesday, August 31, 2021.

Hatfield Park & Gardens will remain open to explore and enjoy until the end of September.

11. The Plough Beer Festival

Bank Holidays are perfect for a day down the pub.

The Plough at Sleapshyde – which is situated between Hatfield and St Albans – is hosting its 2021 Beer Festival this weekend.

There are two sessions on Saturday, August 28 and Sunday, August 29, and one session on Monday, August 30.

The festival will feature more than 50 craft beers, as well as live music, plus food.

Visit www.ploughstalbans.com/beer-festival to book tickets before the festival starts.

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Funtopia at Northwich

The BIG day out for little kids is coming back to Northwich! Our fun-filled festival is packed with Bouncy Castles, Obstacle Courses, Inflatable Slide, Bungee Run, Human Wrecking Ball, Kids Construction Zone, Kids Role-Play Hairdressers, Inflata-Bull, Nerf Wars, Driving School, Circus Skills, Sumo Suits, Giant Games…

Verdin Park, Northwich

Sat 13 May 2023

£2.50–£10 The BIG day out for little kids is coming back to Northwich! Our fun-filled festival is packed with Bouncy Castles, Obstacle Courses… / 07926055523

Sat 22 Jul 2023

£2.50–£10 The BIG day out for little kids is coming back to Northwich! Our fun-filled festival is packed with Bouncy Castles, Obstacle Courses… / 07926055523

Sat 2 Sep 2023

£2.50–£10 The BIG day out for little kids is coming back to Northwich! Our fun-filled festival is packed with Bouncy Castles, Obstacle Courses… / 07926055523

Источник: https://www.list.co.uk/events/days-out/fun-fair/

What's On in Buckinghamshire

Find forthcoming events in Buckinghamshire today and this weekend with our easy to use interactive calendar. Whether you're visiting Buckinghamshire or local to the county, be inspired by our selection of entertaining events near you. 

What's on in Buckinghamshire this weekend?

To find out what's on in Buckinghamshire today or this weekend, use the search box above to narrow down your required date. Families on a budget can look out for a generous helping of free events taking place while there are plenty of fun activities for kids to do whether it's during the holidays or a weekend break.

Don't discount the National Trust as a place to visit for family fun events, particularly during school holidays. The magnificent chateau of Waddesdon Manor near Aylesbury have plenty of events for children with discover home equity loan login highlights including Easter, Christmas and Halloween events.

Pop along anytime for the whole year to Bekonscot Model Village, Beaconsfield, and experience all of the family fun events on offer throughout the year by purchasing their annual pass. 

Other major events in Buckinghamshire include the Wycombe Arts Festival (May), Marlow Regatta & Festival (June), Buckingham Literary Festival (July), Chiltern Steam Rally (July) and the Buckinghamshire County Show (August).

Staying overnight?

If you're travelling from outside the area for an event in Buckinghamshire, there are numerous hotels and other accommodation options to suit your needs.

>>> Search & Book Buckinghamshire Accommodation

Buckinghamshire events near me

The guide below shows our calendar of events in Buckinghamshire. Whether you're local or visiting the area, find what's happening near you by clicking the Map View button.

Источник: https://www.visitsoutheastengland.com/events/whats-on-in-buckinghamshire

Bank holiday fun fair coming to Witton Park - with free rides for NHS staff

And this year, to say thank you to all those who have worked relentlessly during the pandemic, there will be free rides for NHS staff.

A spokesperson for the fun fair, which is organised by the Lancashire section of the Showman's Guild, said: "We're delighted to be coming back to Blackburn with a new Bank Holiday Fun Fair on Witton Park beginning May 27.

"In recognition of the hard work of healthcare professionals during the difficult past 12 months, we will be giving free rides on the first day to all those can show an NHS ID (one per person on each ride).

"We will also sending some ride tickets to other carers and key workers within the borough of Blackburn with Darwen.

"We will also be running some competitions on Facebook.

"So don't worry if you don't work for the NHS, you might still be able to enjoy all the fun of the fair for free."

Entry to the fun fair is free and rides start from £2.

For more information, head to @BlackburnFunFair on Facebook. 

Источник: https://theworldnews.net/gb-news/bank-holiday-fun-fair-coming-to-witton-park-with-free-rides-for-nhs-staff

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Kent Country Show, Birchington

A BMX stunt team, heavy horses, puppetry, donkey rides and the Dog and Duck show will be among the entertainment at the show, which comes to Quex Park at Birchington, on Sunday, August 29 and Bank Holiday Monday, August 30, from 10am to 5pm both days. Book at thekentcountryshow.co.uk.

Dover’s first Pride event in 2019 Picture: Alan Langley

Dover Pride

There will be two stages and a march through the town for the third Dover Pride, to be held on Saturday, August 28 to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community and allies. The main stage at the Roman Lawn will be hosted by Dover drag queen Miss Lilli Berlin (Drag SOS) and there will be performers from Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK Series fidelity bank and trust anamosa iowa. To register to take part in the march through town from 11am to noon, go to eventbrite.co.uk. All events are free but donations are appreciated. Find out more here and at doverpride.com

Military Odyssey, Detling

More than 4,000 re-enactors will gather for living history shows and battlefield displays at the Kent Showground in Detling near Maidstone from Saturday, August 28 to Bank Holiday Monday, August 30. Besides the action there will be more than 250 stalls and 200 vehicles, two separate arenas, food courts and a beer tent and beer hall. Book tickets online here.

Plant Hunters Weekend at Lullingstone Castle with Tom Hart Dyke

Plant Hunters Weekend

Lullingstone Castle at Eynsford hosts its popular Plant Hunters Weekend, celebrating the lives of intrepid plant hunters, from Saturday, August 28 to Bank Holiday Monday, August 30. Tom Hart Dyke will lead proceedings, which run from 11am state bank of india near me branch 5pm daily. Entry £10 for adults, under 16s free. Book at lullingstonecastle.co.uk

The Scenic Stage at Dreamland

The Specials at Dreamland

The band who brought us Bank holiday fun fair near me Town and too Much Too Young in the 80s are back with 10 new songs on a new album, and will be performing them and others on Dreamland's Scenic Stage in Margate on Saturday, August 28. Sixteen-year-olds must be accompanied by an adult. The event also includes special guests The Rifles and Kid Kapichi. Book at dreamland.co.uk The evening is organised by Fifty Six Group, the creators of the sell out Demon Dayz with Gorillaz at Dreamland in 2017.

The Greatest Showman will be screened at Whatman Park

Adventure Cinema

The socially spacious tour comes to Whatman Park in Maidstone on Thursday, August 26 and Friday, August 27. The 18-acre park by the River Medway will show the Greatest Showman singalong (PG) on Thursday, August 26 and the Grease singalong on Friday, August 27. Tickets from £14.50 plus a booking fee are available from adventurecinema.co.uk

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Spaced out across the University of Kent’s Cantebury campus, the bOing! family arts festival is back over the bank holiday weekend on Saturday, August 28 and Sunday, August 29. Highlights include Jasmin Vardimon Company’s ALICE (VR), a new Gulbenkian co-commission, that is a magical virtual reality experience based on Alice In Wonderland. There will also be juggling from Gandini Juggling, Rainbow Ballet featuring stilt walkers and rollerblades, as well as puppetry, a playground tent for under fives and screenings of family films including new releases. bOing! is free to enter but indoor performances are £6. Book at boingfestival.com

Railing by Harriet Parker-Beldeau, part of the Electric Medway arts festival

Electric Medway

Following a successful debut in 2020, Electric Medway is back with an ambitious 10-day arts programme in a variety of locations, with free-to-see artworks and activities including virtual reality, streamed performances, animation, projection, and sound, until Bank Holiday Monday, August 30. Produced by the Chatham-based arts organisation, SparkedEcho, events will be at sites including Fort Amherst. details at visitmedway.org

Tommy's Family Fun Day

The fun day on Bank Holiday Monday, August 30, at the Riverside Inn in Ashford from 1pm will be raising funds for all the charities who have supported Tommy Wallbridge and his family, after he was born 16 weeks prematurely, and spent 170 days in hospital. There will be DJs and live music, a tombola, duck race and penalty shoot-out, plus a raffle. You can find out more about Tommy's story here.

Japan Festival, Chiddingstone Castle

There will be a one-day pop-up at the Japan Festival at Chiddingstone Castle near Edenbridge on Sunday, August 29. NiMi Projects brings a carefully curated selection of Japanese homewares and gifts to the White Rose room. Entry is £10 for adults and £5 for children. Find out more here.

Kings Hill Music Festival

The music festival returns to the Spitfire pub on Sunday, August 29, from 1pm to 9pm. The line up includes Zac Schulze & The Cabin Crew, Beer Pressure, Budgie & The Smugglers, The Real Deal, Avanzi and Dirty Secrets. Details at kingshilllivemusic.com

Silly Billy will be putting on a free show this bank holiday weekend

The Stag Town Take Over

The Stag Theatre is taking over Sevenoaks town centre with music and events to help bring people back into town, right through to Sunday, September 5. Over this bank holiday weekend there will be free panto fun with Silly Billy on the Vine Bandstand on Sunday, August 29. The Vintage Bus is also stopping off for one day on Sunday, with up and coming singer songwriters performing live. More details here.

Madeline Hatt and Ethan Taylor in Jane Eyre, coming to Faversham

This Is My Theatre, Faversham

Theatre company This Is My Theatre will be bringing a production of Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre to Mount Ephraim Gardens at Hernhill, Faversham for Bank Holiday Monday, August 30 at 5pm. The love story is interspersed with folk music. Tickets can be booked at thisismytheatre.com/janeeyreatmountephraim or by calling 07732 253311.

Ramsgate Festival of Sound

What began as part of the Ramsgate Festival in 2018 has evolved into a lone event and celebrates the history, landscapes, architecture and people of Ramsgate. This year's festival, which runs from Friday, August 27 until Sunday, September 5, features a Mercury Nominee, YouTube sensation, West End stars and more to the Thanet shorelines. Find out more at ramsgatefestival.org

The Brandenburg Sinfonia will be at Hever Picture: Marc Gascoigne

Last Night of the Hever Proms (Bitesize)

After tickets sold out for the Proms, this extra night was added on Sunday, August 29. The Brandenburg Sinfonia will perform, without an interval from 5.30pm for 70 minutes. Arrive from 5pm with or without a picnic.

Book tickets at heverfestival.co.uk

Social Club Open Day

There'll be fun for all the family this August bank holiday weekend at the Sellindge Sports & Social Club on Sunday, August 29, from 11am to 4pm. The club at 69 Swan Lane, Sellindge, will have activities including an inflatable obstacle course, goal shooting competition and inflatable tennis plus a bowls taster session, and a free BBQ throughout the day. Club membership costs just £5, and members can take advantage of a host of activities available through the year.

Lingfield Antiques Market

There will be more than 140 indoor and outdoor stalls at the antiques, collectables and vintage market on Sunday, August 29. The day includes music from swing singer Steve Conway. Parking is free and entry is £3.50, with under 16s free. Find out more at lovefairs.com

Rye International Jazz & Blues Festival

Running from Thursday, August 26 to Bank Holiday Monday, August 30, the festival will have socially distanced events throughout the weekend at venues in and around the town. The line-up includes Paul Carrack, Gabrielle, Rumer, Mica Paris, The Kingdom Choir and an all afternoon and evening Jazz Funk Day on Saturday, August 28 with Incognito, Courtney Pine, MF Robots and Snow Boy & The Latin Section. Jazz singer Liane Carroll performs with Ian Shaw on Bank Holiday Monday. To find out more and book tickets go to ryejazz.com.

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