Get set for the St George’s Fayre in March town centre

ACTIVITIES and entertainment for all the family take over March town centre on Sunday for the 2011 St George’s Fayre.

Most of the fun takes place in “St George’s Square” (the Market Place) and “The Dragon’s Lair” (otherwise known as the library mound). Some old favourites return for another year, and there are some new faces as well.

There are also craft fairs in the town hall and St Peter’s Church Hall and a number of fairground rides and other attractions in the town centre.

The fayre is a Fenland Four Seasons Event organised by Fenland District Council.

Programme of Events


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St George’s Square

10am Fenland Arts Youth Theatre

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10.30am Bondy

11am DUDI Crew

11.30am Vintage Bike Display

11.50am MADAOS

12.10pm Dance & Twirl Majorettes

12.30pm Peterborough Highland Band

1pm Children’s Shield Parade sets off

1.10pm Sarah’s Street Dance

1.30pm Peterborough Highland Band and the Scouts parade from Robingoodfellow’s Lane to St Peter’s Church

1.50pm The Beltonas

2.20pm Tom and Aimee

2.45pm Pig Dyke Molly

3.15pm Strangeworld

3.30pm Scout Parade returns from St Peter’s Church to Market Place

3.45pm Pig Dyke Molly

The Dragon’s Lair

10.30am Uncle Mick

11am Fun and Games

Noon Story Telling

12.30pm Uncle Mick

12.50pm Arms and Armour Display

1pm Shield Competition - starting at the Market Place and parading over to the library

1.30pm Uncle Mick

2pm Art Competition Judging

2.10pm Arms and Armour Display

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10am Children’s craft workshop at the library with Fred White

2pm St George’s Day service in St Peter’s Church

4pm 1st March Scout Group will be running a Duck Race starting at the town bridge. Ducks can be bought throughout the day from the Fenland Scouts tent outside the church

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