Furness Field Day 18th May from noon

The Field Day on May 18th event promises to be bigger and better than ever, no matter what the weather.  We have the Bands of course: Atlas Inferno, Air Lock, Illegal Regals and Sidewinderz.  Local celebrity Zoppi will be on the field with his Bouncy castle and children’s entertainment. There will be face painting and activities for all ages including a ‘therapy’ tent thanks to the Alternative Health Clinic New Mills. There will be loads of stalls crafts, table tops, charity information and a chance again to ‘win a mini’. There will be a BBQ (beef burgers supplied by Lomas foods Buxton from locally sourced beef) a beer tent and a tea tent with cakes. New this year we have a ‘Fun Dog Show’.

The Committee are grateful for the support of many local traders and organisations for their participation in producing the colourful programme which also acts as poster to pin up displaying the contact details of local facilities from the nursery to the funeral director and the carpet fitter to the chimney sweep, pubs, shops, restaurants and tradesmen to mention but a few.

Finally there will be a tremendous raffle, tickets only available on the field from the Information tent.  Fabulous prizes have been promised including tickets for ‘Alice’ at the Buxton Opera House; tickets for the Chestnut Centre, Ice Age 4 DVD donated by Tesco, bottle of Pink Champagne donated by Whaley Cooperative store, voucher from Lomas Foods (Buxton), vouchers for the Solder Dick, The Crossings and the Imperial Palace, vouchers from Cheshire Weddings and The Lavender Room and a garden tub from Secret Garden and others provided by friends and Committee members.  The Committee are overwhelmed by the support this year – do come along and join in the fun!

On May 18th from 12 noon, Furness Field is the place to visit!

Directions: opposite school, past bowling green cross Charlesworth Rd entrance by COGS notice board, or from Park Avenue.

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