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PatchFest, 8 July 2006

It was bigger and better than ever before: just great. This year's festival in the William Clarke Park went really well. The park was full from end to end with stalls, activities, and people. Organised by the Friends of the William Clarke Park, there was a wide variety of things to do, especially for children.

At the north end of the former railway cutting, now a park, was the stage, providing a musical line up that went from 1-30 to 8-00 pm (in fact, a bit 8-00 pm while the volunteers cleared up).

As well as the stage, there was the refreshments tent, selling all sorts of teas and a great selection of homemade cakes; the beer tent (provided by the Hartington Pub); the BBQ and bric-a-bric stalls; Dr Bike (for a free bike check); the bouncy castle (in fact, two of them!); the spaceball ride (if you had the stomach for it); rock climbing on a mobile cliff face (whatever next!), complimentary therapies to attune the soul, including homoeopathy and massage; and much more besides.

Into the Spirit of the Occasion

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Don't forget your programme After a balloon, you need an ice cream View looking towards the main stage Pointing the view

 


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