This year’s Summer Festival will include everyone’s favourites with two stages, kids’ entertainment, delicious food show, family sports and games in the park, the over 50’s party and it all kicks off with the Dog Show between 11 & 12 (just before the main festival begins).
THE DOG SHOW IS BACK!!!
This fun family friendly event is now ticketed for your safety. Reserve your place here.
The categories are :
Best Dog Costume
Please read the new rules carefully:
Hand gel on entry. You must remain in family groups at 2m distance at all times. Highly vulnerable people attending. Please look after each other and stay safe.
It doesn’t always feel like we’re having much of a summer but we remain optimistic.
Queen’s Park Community Council are holding the summer festival and for 13-17 years olds, ten days of summer camp. These will be dependent upon the status of the pandemic and will require pre-booking. There are Lego Bubble parties for the under 10’s in the last week of July.
Everyone’s favourites with two stages, kids’ entertainment, the Dog Show (11 -to 12), delicious food show, family sports and games in the park and the over 50’s party (from 12 to 3). Scroll down for the flyer with list of acts and activities expected. (Register here for the Dog Show).
7th August from noon until 6pm. Book your place here.
Queen’s Park Community Council are taking extra measures to ensure this event can go ahead! There will be a ONE WAY system with the ENTRY at Fourth Avenue.
Covid-19: We’ve paused our official gardening sessions until we feel it is safe for us to return, as we work in public spaces. You may sometimes find some of our core team working to maintain parts of the park. If you would like to join our mailing list, please drop us a line via the Contact Form.
Ulla is running her Thursday morning sessions. More details here.
If you use the Wildlife Area, please respect those who are seeking a quiet area, free from joggers and dogs.
This fun, family-friendly event is now ticketed for your safety on Saturday, 15th August 2020 from 11:00am to 1pm BST
Please read the new rules carefully.
Best Dog Costume
Temperature check and hand gel upon entry. Hand gel and mask provided. You must remain in family groups with 2metre distance at all times. There will be highly vulnerable people attending. Please look after each other and stay safe.
You know it! This year’s festival is on August 3rd.
As ever, from midday, there will be two music stages, fun for the kids, health & well-being interaction around the park plus the green fingered teams providing activity (and a bit of peace?) in the Wildlife Area.
Open Age have joined forces with the Community Council and CityWest Homes bring an afternoon of entertainment and tea for the more mature members of the community in St Jude’s Hall from 1pm.