We all stand together – at Caldmore Village Festival

In light of recent events, I think it’s really important that we get behind stuff that bonds us good folk and our communities together. One such event is the Caldmore Village Festival. It’s been running for a good few years now and just gets better and better – and nothing tells those that would divide and harm us ‘Up yours!’ more assertively that getting together and having a good time.

This event takes place this year all this weekend from Saturday through until Monday night. That’s the 25th, 26th and 27th of May 2013, and offers a host of food, fun, entertainment and music all throughout Caldmore, with the main event this year held in Palfrey Park (see program for details). This is a great chance to see the best of a fascinating and diverse area of Walsall, so if you want to see the finest stuff that a massively multicultural community has to offer, please do pop along. There will be great entertainment there for the whole family.

If you want to take a look at the events programme, it’s available here.

Probably best you don’t make my mistake from last year and take your bike. Cough. Lesson learned.

If anyone has any local events they’d like plugging this weekend, please do drop me a line.

If you pop along to any local event this weekend, why not take a few snaps and let me know how you enjoyed it? Mail me: BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com.


Click to read the festival program.


Click to read the festival program.

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5 Responses to We all stand together – at Caldmore Village Festival

  1. Clive says:

    its the only place i now of where you can get Fish and Chips for a £1, and the chips are not battered. Lovely.

  2. Mark says:

    Thanks to Brownhills Bob for the Endorsement. This is an important message to get across. Caldmore Village Festival is one festival for a whole community. It a celebration for everyone. And since we are in a public park this year there should be no problem with Bikes!

  3. Hi Bob,
    Thanks for your suppport, retweets, etc.
    If followers of your blog would care to hunt me down on YouTube I’ve added some clips of assorted Day 1 artists – search for Caldmore or Caldmore Village Festival.
    I’ll be off to Palfrey Park in a bit (on my cheap bike…) to record Day 2 proceedings.

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