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What a Mega-Omni-Jubilympics weekend....

posted 26 Jun 2012, 11:21 by Tomo
Well, we're spoilt for choice this weekend with many varied events happening in and around Chorleywood...

First off, it's the Russell School with their Jubilympic Summer Fair from 11am to 2pm

10.45 Street Parade from Andrew Fleming up to the School
11.30 Country Dancing
12.00 Choir
12.15 Family Races, Tug of War, Sack Races and Wheelbarrow Races
13.00 Wine Raffle Draw
14.00 Grand Raffle Draw

With many and varied stalls, such as Raffle, BBQ & Bar, Cakes, Tombola, Jazzy Jars, Fruit Kebabs and Ice Cream, Bouncy Castle, 21ft Bouncy Slide, Sumo Suits, Soak the Teacher, Beat the Goalie, Nails and Tattoos, Bungee Run, Caan Thomas Jewellery, Mad Hair, Band, 2nd hand books, 2nd hand uniform, Face Painting, Tuck Shop, Wellie Wanging, How many balloons in the car, Hook a Duck, Jewellery Making, Decorate a Biscuit, Water Drop, Topple the Teddy, Bojangles, and several more.

The school is at Brushwood Drive, Chorleywood, WD3 5RR.

And not to be outdone, Chorleywood Primary are having their Summer Fayre from 12pm to 3pm

There will be a variety of entertainment and fun to be had, with a BBQ and Bar, Bouncy Castle, Sports DIsplays, Water Quasar, Plant Sales, Ice Creams, Coconut Shy, a 2012 Olympic Quiz, Face Painting, Grand Auction and Prize Draw.

Entrance will be £1.50, and most importantly Children and OAPs are FREE.
All happening at the school on Stag Lane, Chorleywood, WD3 5HR.



Chorleywood Bookshop
is also celebrating that they're 40 years young
With a band and celebrations all day at their shop on Main Parade on Saturday 30th June.


And our neighbours in Sarratt are celebrating with their Annual Flower Festival at the Holy Cross Church, Sarratt.

Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sunday 11.30am – 5pm
Monday 11am – 3pm

They will be providing Lunches, Teas, Coffees, Stalls for cakes, plants and lots more

On Saturday evening, as part of the festival there's a concert at 7.30pm entitled ‘Words and Music for a Summer Evening’
Admission is free, with a retiring collection.

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