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By Tristan Harris Thursday 17 April 2014 Updated: 17/04 22:30
EVENTS have been planned across the district to celebrate St George’s Day.
In Rubery, more than 20 shopkeepers in the village centre will participate in the English-themed window decorating competition, featuring St George’s paintings and bunting done by pupils from Beaconside and Holywell schools.
There will also be a special St George’s Day dinner of a traditional beef roast, apple pie and dinner cabaret - that event has already sold out.
The activities have been organised by the Rubery St George’s Society.
Chairman, John Chatwin, said “Our objective to increase our neighbourhood’s awareness of St George this year has been supported well by various members of the community and plans are already in hand for our 2015 activities.”
Anyone wanting more information can call John Chatwin on 07925 170951.
A variety of performers, including circus acts, a brass band, a Celebration Reed and a Rock Choir, will take centre stage between 12midday and 4pm on Sunday (April 20) at Sanders Park.
Those activities have been organised by Bromsgrove District Council and there will also be Easter events held as it is Easter Sunday.
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