Get ready to ROCK N ROLL at Gt Whelnetham next weekend 23rd -24th June.
Saturday evening 23rd June 8pm One of the region’s popular Rock N Roll Bands, Rockabilly sensations Jacen Bruce and the Memphis Underground take to the stage at Whelnetham Community Centre Stanningfield Road Gt Whelnetham nr Bury St Edmunds providing a great range of Rock n Rock roll and Rockabilly music, a Savoury Pancake van will also be on hand with a tempting array of pancakes with a variety of fillings just something a little different to get people in the mood for what looks to be a great Vintage Car Bike and Tractor Rally the next day, where there is bound to be something for children of all ages, big and small, just look at the line up of attractions.
Bungee Trampolines, Inflatable Castles, Inflatable slides Inflatable assault course, Archery, Sidestalls, Mini Hovercraft Rides, Donkey Rides, Roundabout Rides, Live Music, Slot car Racing, a special Rally Craft Market organised by Rougham Sunday Markets, not to mention the Charity stalls, get up close to a glider, chat to members of GO ROWANDA, learn more about wheelchair basket ball, talk to author Alison Bruce about her latest crime novels, watch the fantastic skills of artist Frances Vincent as she brings her pictures to life, look over a collection of old radios and record players, a chance, try some unique desert flavoured milkshakes, Rhubarb n Custard, Eaton Mess? Or maybe a cup of fresh ground coffee from the Piaggio coffee van? Try another Savoury Pancake,a burger or a Hot Dog and there will be a few Hotdogs about as the Lowestoft Dog Agility Display team put on a show in the afternoon. Speaking of star acts Ray Winston has a new film due to be released in September, whilst the actor isn’t attending, the car he drives throughout the film ‘Hot Potato could be making an appearance , a Red 3.4 litre MkII Jaguar lined up with the many Vintage Cars, Bikes and Tractors of all shapes and sizes, there no better way to spend a nice relaxing day in rural Suffolk. The Rally starts at 10:30 am and just happens as things tend to do, there is a lot more to see and do at Whelnetham this year, and the ‘Bubbles of Fun’ pools may be waiting to see if your kids can walk on water.
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