Friday, 20 June 2008


Jenny, la grand-fromage of the excellent Worcester Park Life and, has pointed out that it's the Maeldune Festival tomorrow:

To welcome in the summer come and join us at our annual Maeldune Festival on Plough Green, Worcester Park on Saturday 21st June from 11am to 3pm.

The event will be opened by the Mayor of Kingston and it promises to be a fun day for all the family.

The Maeldune Fair has been running annually for the last 10 years and was originally held in the old vicarage garden. As it grew, it moved to Plough Green, by the Plough Public house, where it is currently held. This year we will be entertained by the “Greensleeves” Morris Men in our arena at 12 noon followed by local children from Malden Parochial School with their popular country dancing.

There will be lovely homemade produce to buy including jams, cakes and tasty BBQ food. There is face painting, biscuit decorating and tattoos (not real ones!) for the children. There are plenty of stalls, including a woodturning display and a great plant stall. There is also a raffle and silent auction, both with wonderful prizes and lots more for everyone.

It really is a great community day out. All proceeds go to St John the Baptist Church in Church Road, Worcester Park.

Do not fear, if it rains the event is moved to the church hall on Central Road.

If you haven't read Worcester Park Life yet you can grab a copy here or go into one of the supporting shops in Worcester Park, including Waitrose, the library, John James, One Stop Party Shop and Mr Ink. If you do shop their then be sure to thank them for supporting the Worcester Park Voice!

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