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The fifth BrightFest – a free music festival to be held at the Rec on Saturday 14th September – will be a family event. The day will start with a dog show (see news item below), followed by music from 12 onwards. There will be two stages, and music for all tastes – some familiar and some not so familiar faces.

New this year will be a pram race – at 2 pm – as well as ‘It’s a Knock Out’ style games, stalls, food and a beer tent with a range of drinks. Registration for games  – for all age groups – will be from 2.30pm for a 3pm start, with an entrance free. You can come as a team or just turn up and join one on the day. If you want to be sure and reserve a place call 01491 825680, 83327 or email

You can enter the pram race on the day. The only rules are that you have to have a pram (!) in any state, and the person in the pram has to be wearing a helmet. The course will be about a mile long, and the entry fee will be £5. There will be prizes for the winners and the best fancy dress.

If any one would like to have a stall at BrightFest, there are still spaces. Contact Sue Robson on 07905493690 or e- mail All profits from the event will be donated to the Bone Cancer Research Trust, in memory of Alex Lewis.

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