Ian Morton-Jones writes to me from the grey Lubyanka that is Walsall’s Civic Centre to alert me of a wonderful, free event going down in the Arboretum in Walsall on Sunday, 9th September. Ian’s appealing for stallholders, too, so if you think you’d like to take part, do give him a shout. Contact details are listed below.
I know a number of Walsall Council folk are working very hard on this, so the event deserves our support.
I wonder if you could find room in your heart and blog to mention this event?
There will be a big, brash pdf of the event flyer along in a day or so, but if you’d link to this/mention this in the meantime we’d be very grateful.
There’s no tickets to buy, as entry is free for all.
Bandstand Marathon & Walsall Sportsfest
At Walsall Arboretum
Sunday 9th September 2012
As part of the Walsall for 2012 celebrations, we’re planning to hold an event in Walsall Arboretum on Sunday, 9th September.
One of the largest closing events of Lodon 2012
Live music, artists performances, craft stalls, family activities, sports demonstrations and have-a-go activities
Visit the new Gallery Garden in the refurbished Arboretum.
Gallery Garden activities 2.00 pm – 6.00pm
Graham Jones wood sculptor, Ron & Julie Thompson sculptors, Annie Bowden community artist, Walsall Knitting Circle, simple cake decorating
Music Line Up Noon – 6.00pm
12.00 noon: Walsall Gilbert & Sullivan Society
12.45: Chuck Micallef, Dave Luke & Nick Tomson
1.45: Tony Barrett Band
2.30: Phoenix Brass Band
5.30: Arbor Lights
There will be opportunities to try a wide variety of sports and physical activities; you can even do an induction on the day for Walsall’s children’s Fit Zone gyms.
Get your bike checked and see a BMX demonstration.
Talk to Bootcamp fitness experts.
There are still some vacant stalls up for grabs if you know of anyone who might be interested.
We would especially like to hear from holistic/arts & crafts/alternative therapy practitioners.
There is no cost to the stallholder, they just need to contact Craig Vincent at email@example.com or 07970 785 686.
They won’t get any printed advertising at this late stage but they’ll be in the online stuff.
Thanks for your support