Fun-filled entertainment at the Godmanchester Gala
TWO fun-filled days of entertainment were on offer at the Godmanchester Gala at the weekend, with the carnival, special performances and music drawing in the crowds. The action-packed weekend started on Saturday with the carnival, which included colourful
TWO fun-filled days of entertainment were on offer at the Godmanchester Gala at the weekend, with the carnival, special performances and music drawing in the crowds.
The action-packed weekend started on Saturday with the carnival, which included colourful floats and displays by baton twirling teams. Elsewhere, there were 50 charity stalls for visitors to browse, music, and a variety of things to help keep the children amused.
Sunday morning saw the arrival of Godmanchester's picnic in the park. The family events included a wide-variety of music acts aimed at catering for most people's taste.
The weekend of events were organised by the Godmanchester Community Association and funded by the town council.
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Spokesman for the association, Alan Hooker, told The Hunts Post: "The gala is specifically designed for people in the Godmanchester area and for these people to socialise and have fun together as a community."
He added: "It's an extremely successful tradition and one that will be running for many years to come.
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