Westbury Park gets set for 2017 fun

May 30 2017

The annual Westbury Park Festival starts on Friday, 23rd June and will run for just over two weeks. The Festival aims to reflect the diversity and vibrancy of the local community and to bring people together to celebrate living in Westbury Park - and to have some fun!

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The annual Westbury Park Festival starts on Friday, 23rd June and will run for just over two weeks. The Festival aims to reflect the diversity and vibrancy of the local community and to bring people together to celebrate living in Westbury Park - and to have some fun!

The Festival is supporting two charities – Cancer Research UK and The Bridge Foundation, a Bristol based charity which provides counselling to young people. 

There are fourteen Festival events including a Quiz Night on Friday, 23 June, A Kids Disco on Saturday, 24 June, an Antiques Evening with local expert Ian Chaney on Wednesday 28 June, an Arts Fair on Saturday, 1 July, Open Gardens on Sunday, 2 July, a Festival Buffet on Tuesday, 4 July and a Garden Party on Saturday, 8 July. Many of the events will take place in either St. Alban’s Church Hall on Bayswater Avenue or at the Methodist Church on North View.

Tickets for these events are available from Flowers by Barry Toogood at 101 Coldharbour Road, Westbury Park Pub in Northumbria Drive and C The World at 33 North View.

A detailed Festival Programme leaflet will be distributed to all households in Westbury Park in early June: copies of the leaflet are also available from Henleaze Library and from the ticket outlets listed above. 

Full details of the events and where to purchase tickets can also be found at westbury parkcommunityassociation.weebly.com