Hundreds flock to this year's Rubery Festival - The Bromsgrove Standard
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19th Aug, 2022

Hundreds flock to this year's Rubery Festival

HUNDREDS of people of all ages went along to this year’s Rubery Festival on Sunday where there was plenty of family-friendly fun.

It started with a parade from the Royal British Legion to St Chad’s Park, which featured the army and sea cadets and the Crystals and Excels Dance troops.

In the park there was a roadshow featuring dancers, jugglers and live music, including Charley Thompson and Tammy More, the winners of Rubery’s Got Talent.

Other activities included charity stalls, children’s rides and a bouncy castle.

Organiser Tony Maslen said: “It was such a lovely day – it stayed dry and a great time for all.

“Thank you to everyone who participated, attended and helped out.”

Anyone interested in being involved in next year’s festival should call Tony Maslen on 0121 457 9308.

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