Get set for the return of Huntingdon Riverside Gala

08:25 28 March 2014

Malachy Warham and dad Richard Warham with dog Lola at the 2013 gala.

Malachy Warham and dad Richard Warham with dog Lola at the 2013 gala.

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The Riverside Gala returns to Huntingdon this June offering an array of entertainment – from live music and a World War II fly-past, to stalls, fun fair and a dog show.

This year’s event is taking place on Saturday, June 7, from noon until 6pm in Riverside Park, Hartford Road,

And once again there will be a programme of event planned for the main arena – anyone interested in getting involved in the entertainment can contact the organisers.

Bookings are also being taken for stalls at the event – commercial pitches are available at £40 while charities pay £18.

The annual event, which is run in association with Huntingdon Rotary Club, Huntingdon Boat Club and Huntingdon Town Council and supported by The Hunts Post, has free entry and attracts thousand of people.

So put the date in your diary... and don’t forget to get your dog ready for the Wood Green Fun Dog Show.

INFORMATION: Stall space is allocated on a first come basis. For a booking form call 01480 456963 or email huntingdonriversidegala@yahoo.co.uk.

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