Nazeing Festival - Saturday 8th September 2012
|Published: 26th August 2012 13:39
A fun day out for all the family!
Saturday 8th September will see the return of the successful annual Nazeing Festival held in Clayton Hill, Nazeing Road, EN9 2HU from 11am - 6pm.
A packed day of events in Clayton Hill Park including:
- Live bands & entertainment
- Dog Show
- Bonniest Baby
- Nazeing's Got Talent Show
- Nazeing Princess
- Bouncy Castle
- Face Painting
- Beer & Wine Tent
- BBQ & Refreshments
Just confirmed: Some of the volunteer Pandemonium Drummers who accompanied the Industrial Revolution scene at the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony will be performing at 1.00pm - don't miss!
Apply now if you would like to have a stall or take part in Nazeing Festival! Stallholder, entertainment and competition forms can be downloaded via the website or Email: email@example.com or Call: Sharon, Event Organiser on 01992 893118.
Why not join their Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nazeing-Festival/127324234031016
Nazeing is a charming English Village with all manner of things to do, places to go and people to meet.
The Parish has a very long history and was mentioned in the Domesday Book on 1066 as having 7 villagers. 12 smallholders. 1 free man, 7 cattle and 30 pigs.
Today this is a very different story. Nazeing is said to be one of the largest villages in the UK. It is a hive of activity where business is concerned and boasts many good pubs, beautiful churches and excellent leisure facilities such as golf, sailing, walking, cycling, etc.
Indeed in 2012 Nazeing boasts to be within walking distance from the London Olympic Games White Water Rafting Event held at Lee Valley Park in Waltham Abbey.
There is a railway station 2 miles away at Broxbourne and, of course, Lee Valley Regional Park which stretches an incredible 26 miles along the leafy banks of the River Lee, from Ware, through Nazeing, to the Thames at East India Dock Basin.
For more information please see their website: http://www.nazeingparishcouncil.org/festival.html
Photo of the Pandemonium Drummers by kind permission of Jan Pearson (former member of Becket Drama in Waltham Abbey) who is second row back in the centre in a white mob cap in the photograph taken in the Olympic Stadium.