Rock music, belly dancing and more at event to raise funds for new Welney pavilion

12:20 03 September 2014

Jeff Capes opening the pavilion in 1972.

Jeff Capes opening the pavilion in 1972.


A concert will be held on Saturday to raise money for a new pavilion.

The Welney Pavilion Action Team have taken it upon themselves to raise funds for a new pavilion.

They have enlisted the help of rock musicians who will perform on Welney playing field between noon and 4pm. There will also be belly dancing, pilates and more. The afternoon entertainment is free.

From 7.30-11.30pm, there will be a barbecue and dance music. Entry is £3.


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