Details of this year’s Brownhills Canal Festival taking place this Sunday (28th June 2015) at Silver Street in Brownhills have kindly been supplied by The Clayhanger Kid himself, Brian Stringer – it’s always a good event and last year was better than ever!
Also worth checking out this year will be the Lichfield and Hatherton Canal Restoration Trust who will be present.
This year the event even has a Facebook page!
Brian Stringer wrote:
Just a bit of info on this years Brownhills Canal Festival…
Canal Festival Entertainment Running Order
Spotlite Theatre Group
Brian Dakin’s Black Country monologues
Art Competition Results
Aldridge Ukelele Band
The Anker Valley Boys
3.15pm-4.00pm The Anker Valley Boys
Please note that the art competition results will begin at 12:30pm.
Music will be by Spotlight productions, the Anker Valley Boys, Aldridge Ukulele Band and Wildfire Folk.
These acts will be held together by a professional compere who will also integrate a raconteur of wonderful monologues, as well as announcing the opening ceremony and children’s art competition results.
We are also delighted to welcome the Black Country Boat, which is a floating arts and crafts activities centre and will be offering fun stuff to do all day.
In addition to the usual stalls we will have theCanoe Centre open day, a Birds of Prey exhibition and the Parrot rescue tent. This year we’ll also see an exhibition of woodturning.
A local man will be providing refreshments along with our own popular cakes and bread pudding.
All this along with the usual Tombola, and numerous craft stalls.
Any more developments and I’ll let you know .
If you want to know more, help out or offer your services, contact the Brownhills Local Committee with the details below – alternatively, If you want to speak to Brian Stringer directly (he’s a lovely bloke) drop me a line and I’ll hook you up.
Contact Brownhills Local Committee on 01543 361144.
Brownhills Local Committee
The Parkview Centre
Chester Road North
Anyway, thanks to Brian, who was as helpful as ever. He’s a true friend of the blog.