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16th Oct, 2021

Hundreds expected at today's Rubery Festival

HUNDREDS of people are expected to descend on St Chad’s Park tomorrow for the annual Rubery Festival.

The event will start with a parade and then feature plenty of live entertainment with the winners of Rubery’s Got Talent taking to the stage throughout the day.

Among them will be Emily Badger, Isabella Giorrio-Jones, young guitarist J Sheppard and Bethany Annie-Mae.

The event, from midday to 5pm, will also feature Tommy the T-Rex, children’s rides, animals and birds, a tabletop sale with stalls from charities and community groups, a tombola and food and drink.

Visit the Rubery Festival Facebook page for more information.

 

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