By Tristan Harris 23/05 Updated: 29/05 23:55
THERE will be plenty of cause and opportunity for residents to wave their Union Flags in Bromsgrove Sanders Park next Monday (June 4).
As well as being the Queen's Diamond Jubilee weekend, it will also be the ten-year anniversary of the popular park's Jubilee Bandstand.
From 12midday to 5pm, there will be a variety of entertainments, including bands, singers, community choirs and the chance to sing along to some great British classics.
Those who go along are urged to take their own picnics and there will also be arts workshops and sporting activities.
Coun Michael Webb, Bromsgrove District Council’s portfolio holder for leisure and cultural services, said, since it was built ten years ago, the Jubilee Bandstand had become an important part of the park and the town.
“The whole bandstand programme in Sanders Park this summer will be Jubilee-themed, and we are excited about the event on the actual Jubilee weekend.
"It will be easy going, with something for everybody – feel free to bring your picnic along.”
Twins Sophie and Laura, Chloe Barry and Dan Ballard will be among the singers performing.
For more on the Jubilee event or on the summer's arts programme, call the council's arts development and events officer Huw Moseley on 01527 881381 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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