GALLERY: Spotted around March - St George shows his face in the run up to the weekend festival
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As preparations get under way for this weekend’s St George’s Fayre a familiar face has been seen visiting shops in March.
St George in all his finery has been spotted around town to remind everybody about the massive community open day of street markets and entertainers on The town will be awash with dancers, circus skills, craft stalls, music and workshops.
At George’s there will be music all day starting at 11am with Tallawah, an English reggae outfit from Peterborough.
They will be performing giving their support to Scotty’s Little Soldiers.
At noon Bondy performs and at 12.30 Mind the Gap, from Kings Lynn take to the stage.
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The music switches style at 1.35 with Derecho and at 2.30pm new band Whiskey Twist play featuring seasoned musicians from March.
At 3.45pm the Glory Girls play comprised of Katie Terry, Hayley Mason and Sally Rose Singer who bring a set just for fun to Georges square.
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At 4.10pm Scotty’s Little Soldiers Super Band play which will be an amalgamation of Georges musicians jamming together to raise money for the charity.