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Sherston Carnival & Boules 2011 Featured

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Boules_LogoClear your diaries and prepare yourselves for non-stop activity and fun from Saturday 9th to Sunday 17th July! Read on to view the full itinerary...

Saturday 9th:

Carnival Quiz Night; 8.00pm at the village hall. Bar.
Tickets £15 from the Post Offi ce for a table of four.

Sunday 10th:

Carnival Walk; from village hall ending up at Rattlebone.
11am - 1pm, guided. Turn up on the day, no charge.

Carnival Boot Sale; at the Rec. 8.00am - 12noon.
Refreshments. Pitches £10 on the day £5 in advance.
To book contact Cilla Liddington 01666 840128

Monday 11th:

Carnival Darts; Carpenters Arms. 7.30pm £1 entry. Prizes.

Tuesday 12th:

Seniors Afternoon Musical Tea; British School Room
at 2pm. Free entry. Tea and cake £1.

Wednesday 13th:

Carnival Skittles; Rattlebone. 8.00pm £5 entry - trophy to winner.

Dohl Foundation - Indian Drum and Dance Concert
with Malmesbury School FROCK Band; 7.30pm village hall.
Bar. £5 Adults £3 Children. Tickets available at the Post Office.

Thursday 14th:

Carnival Children’s disco; 6 - 7pm village hall.
Primary school age children only. No charge.

Carnival Cricket; Pinkney. Junior match 4.30,
followed by Adult Twenty20 starting at 6pm. Bar.

Friday 15th:

Carnival Football; Junior 6-a-side football match; 4pm
Adults football match in fancy dress;
7pm at the Sports Field, Knockdown Rd, BBQ and Bar.

Concert in the Church; Harry Smith’s Grand Day Out;
7.30pm. £5 from the Post Office. Bar.

Saturday 16th:

In the High Street: Ring of Church bells signals the start of the
Boules Tournament at 9.00am

Also: Colts boules 10am, Junior Boules 12 noon,
Morris Dancers 12-2pm, Celebration Jazz Band
9-12noon, Dodington Parish Band 12.30-3.00pm,
Just in Time 2 big band 3-6.00pm.

All Day: bar, barbecue, Café Français, crepes,
stalls, tombola, raffle, teas in the village hall.

Kids-Zone on the Village Hall Field:
£3.00 (3 – 12 yr olds) all day.
Toddler corner, change area, games corner, face painting,
splat the rat, the human fruit machine, Tuck Shop,
inflatables and Punch & Judy.
New; egg throwing competition, food games
(very mucky of course) and a tins & Pimms bar.

In the Church:
Floral Art Display ‘Countries’.

In the British School Room:
Exhibition “Eastern Connections” Entry £1, children free.

20 years of Operation Christmas Child Exhibition
2 - 5pm Sherston Congregational Chapel, Cliff Road.
Also open Sunday 2-5pm.

Sunday 17th:

Carnival Treasure Hunt
starts at Grove Wood 9-10.45am. No charge.

Carnival Tug of War for the Sherston Cup;
11am at Stretchline, Brook Hill. BBQ, bar, soft drinks.
£8 per team entry. Teams contact Paul Ormiston 01666 840694. Barrel of beer and wine prizes.

Carnival Duck Race starts at 2.30 at Stretchline.

Cream teas at Mill Cottage with tea and cakes,

Raffle Draw and Children’s Fancy Dress judging.

Thanksgiving Service in the High Street 6pm.
Refreshments in the Village Hall.

Programme correct at time of going to print. Please visit www.sherston.net for further details or download the full programme in PDF format here.

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