Feast Week has plenty for all tastes
PREPARATIONS for Sutton s Feast Week are well under way, and its organisers hope to involve people of all ages. The programme is taking shape from tomorrow until July 2, with familiar events like the duck race, the Feast Beast multi-terrain race and the B
PREPARATIONS for Sutton's Feast Week are well under way, and its organisers hope to involve people of all ages.
The programme is taking shape from tomorrow until July 2, with familiar events like the duck race, the Feast Beast multi-terrain race and the Baby Beast.
Some of last year's new events will make a welcome return, including Scalextric nights and the strongman competition, plus new events such as the 'feast bingo' - to raise funds for Milton Hospice, teddy bear's picnic, and a cycle treasure hunt.
Jean Harnwell, chairman of Sutton Parish Council, praised the dedication of the event's organisers. "The event always works well, and it really pulls everyone together," she said.
You may also want to watch:
St Andrew's Church has chosen to hold its flower festival on Saturday and Sunday, marking the start of the Feast Week.
The highlight of the week will be the Party in the Park July 1. Live bands will be followed by fireworks.
- 1 Illegal poachers stopped in their tracks by eagle-eyed public
- 2 Dramatic pictures catch harvester on fire in 4am blaze
- 3 Police pursuit of suspected hare coursers ends in success
- 4 Mosque trust named RIBA client of the year 2021
- 5 'Loving, caring family man' dies in hospital weeks after A141 crash
- 6 Meet the star cast of Christmas pantomime Sleeping Beauty
- 7 Police investigation after village pavilion covered in graffiti
- 8 8 of the best shows coming to Cambridgeshire in November
- 9 Lisa Leader makes it to Germany for life prolonging treatment
- 10 Prison escapees found with stolen £30,000 car thanks to quick-thinking neighbour
The musical entertainment will continue with 'The Last Night of the Proms' at St Andrew's Church.
INFO: Entrance arrangements for this year's Party in the Park have been changed, and entry will be by ticket only. Tickets, priced £3 for adults and £1 for children, must be purchased in advance using a form available in a programme delivered by organisers.