Pembroke Dock festival fun for everyone
11:00am Friday 15th June 2012 in County News
The 2012 Pembroke Dock midsummer festival begins this weekend, kicking off with the ever popular ‘fun in the park’ event at the Memorial Park on Sunday.
There will be bouncy castles, rides, a climbing wall, circus skills, stalls, music and much more at the park on Bush Street between noon and 4pm, followed by a pub quiz at the First and Last at 9pm.
Monday, June 18th, will give people the chance to meet the Pembrokeshire bee-keepers association at the Communities First building on Meyrick Street, starting at 9.30am. This includes a free trip to Scolton Manor to see the apiary.
Please book by calling 07773564112 or email pembrokedockfestival@ gmail.
Brian Pratt will conduct a historical walk on Tuesday, 19th from 11am, meeting at Barclays Bank on Dimond Street.
A strawberry tea will be held at the Anchorage on Commercial Row on Wednesday 20th from 1pm to 3pm.
Thursday, June 21st, will begin with a maritime walk with David James, meeting at the library at 2pm, and will include a visit to the West Wales Maritime Heritage Boatyard. This will be followed by a Jubilee tea at the Pater Hall arranged by the Encompass group with music from the Vagrant’s Crew.
The weekend events will begin on June 22nd with a bike ride for school children starting at the Blue School at 10am.
There will be a variety night at the Pater Hall, doors opening at 7pm, tickets £5, concessions £3.
Artists will include Heather Jones, the Welsh Nightingale with special guests Dave Burns, Iolo Jones and John Prior.
Saturday, June 23rd, will begin with a street party in Dimond Street from noon until 3pm. It will be compered by Neil Thomas, who will be joined by Samba Doc, Fried Gold street theatre, with face painting and more.
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